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  • DumaOS Routers Owned
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  1. have you tried http://r1 ? this is the alternative login for the R1. Hopefully this fixes your issue but if not a member of netduma will respond to this thread as it is late sunday evening here.
  2. You need to contact your isp and find out what protocol they use. There are several types, tunneling, 6to4 etc etc. You can try and auto detect and see if it detects your ipv6 type.
  3. your base ping is found by using speedtest.net for example.
  4. Salut. Oui c'est normal. Cela dépend de votre fournisseur d'accès sur le nombre de sauts nécessaires pour atteindre la destination finale. Ça semble bien.
  5. click the wifi tab in your picture where it says "wifi".
  6. Hi From what I know of routers as a repeater once you set it to a repeater mode you can only access it by a reset. Try accessing it via the ip address it gets from the XR700 but I am almost certain you can't. An AP mode would be the best option if possible.
  7. DMZ opens every single port for a specific device, this is 1 way of guaranteeing an open nat but at the same time can leave your device vulnerable. UPnP opens ports that are needed and closes them when they are not. Portforwarding opens specified ports for a device and they are always open, you also need to know which ports to port forward as you are opening them manually where as UPnP opens them for you. https://portforward.com/ is a site that will tell you what ports are needed to be opened if you wish to portforward.
  8. Cod reads 4mbps which is normal and nothing to worry about. Even with another router it will display that in the game. Either use UPnP or Port forwarding but not using any of them is a bad idea as the correct ports are not being opened when needed. If you do decide to use them then only use 1 or the other, never use them both at the same time or you will also get errors. Your PPPoE settings are unique to you and are obtainable from your isp if you do not already know them. Enable antibufferbloat and set the sliders to 70/70 and make sure you tick "always" when you game and disable it when you have finished. Make sure to add your console to the geo filter and set your desired location. Hope this helps and sorry they aren't asnwered in the order that you asked, but it is what it is! Let us know how you get on.
  9. Yes, you will get open nat. providing your network is configured properly. Here is a list of the ports required for call of duty. The ports are the same for all of them so even though it displays black ops 4 the ports are the same. Remember to either just use upnp or port forward these ports but never use both at the same time. https://portforward.com/call-of-duty-black-ops-iiii/
  10. why are you using port forwarding and upnp, that will give you issues. 9308 is a port used by playstation. Either add 9308 and 9307 to port forwarding rules or disable upnp.
  11. @Netduma Alex Do you know if the new milestone will be able to be installed on the R1 running original firmware and not dumaOS? Good job I have a spare can of compressed air to blow out all that damn dust thats probably built up inside it since it has been disgarded in my garage.
  12. BIG__DOG

    Cancel Order

    I am a forum moderator and also offer tech support within my capabilities
  13. BIG__DOG

    Cancel Order

    Hello and welcome to the forum. If you require support you should post in this forum rather than an email to Netduma who mainly do not work weekends. As to your order cancellation Netduma will respond asap.
  14. if you have another router you can replace the Netduma router with and see if your ping has dropped, you can try that 1st. If the problem still persists then try swapping cables.
  15. go to cmd and type ipconfig /release and hit enter and then ipconfig renew and hit enter it will give you a fresh ip address. If that fails you can manually assign an ip address for your computer and see if you can gain access that way.
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