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  1. Since you have two xbox consoles online at the same time, set NAT Filter to OPEN: https://badmodems.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=21&sid=4fc0cc16534a4866e70b4d7aa85a031a Don't DMZ the switch.
  2. Glad you got it working. Enjoy. 😉
  3. Ya I think DumaOS prevents any 3rd party modifications. Ya I have the RBK852. 😉
  4. Also when configuring Port Forwarding, uPnP should be disabled. Or use uPnP alone with out any PF configurations. PF and uPnP shouldn't be used at the same time.
  5. Well it would be interesting to see NG do a Orbi gaming system. Hehe. 😋
  6. If you have two game consoles online, try setting NAT Filter to OPEN. What is the Mfr and model# of the ISP modem your using with the XR router?
  7. What Firmware is currently loaded? What is the Mfr and model# of the ISP modem the NG router is connected too? Is this wired or wireless streaming? Are you getting to spec speeds with a wired PC and using Ooklas installable speed test app?
  8. Will be interesting to see the next XR AX supporting router. Like to see it use same XR700 case configuration though, not the RAX case configuration.
  9. Are you able to bridge the modem or use the modems DMZ if you can't bridge the modem? Any any rate, you'll not see NAT type 1 on PS with a modem and router with the PS behind all this. Type 2 will be max NAT type you'll ever see in this configuration. If you can bridge the modem then connect the XR behind the modem and just using uPnP on the XR router, type 2 will be seen however OPEN NAT should be seen on the PS. If you can't bridge the modem, then use the modems DMZ for the XR router. Type 2 will be seen and you should see OPEN NAT on the PS4. This may depend on how well DMZ is implemented on the modem though. Any chance your ISP can change out the modem/router for a modem only unit? This would be preferred.
  10. There a built in router here? If so, This would be a double NAT condition which isn't recommended. http://computer.howstuffworks.com/nat.htm http://www.practicallynetworked.com/networking/fixing_double_nat.htm 1. Configure the modem for transparent bridge mode. Then use the NG router in router mode. You'll need to contact the ISP for help and information in regards to the modem being bridged correctly. 2. If you can't bridge the modem, disable ALL wifi radios on the modem, configure the modems DMZ/ExposedHost or IP Pass-Through for the IP address the NG router gets from the modem.
  11. Does HTTP give you this message? Can you try Firefox or Opera to see if they do the same thing with HTTP and HTTPS? Most cases HTTPS isn't support for LAN side browser connections. Browser may give warnings about this which user can continue. Clear browser caches. If last resort, factory reset the router and setup from scratch.
  12. Does HTTP give you this message? Try Firefox or Opera
  13. Ok, well we made the jump from 100Mbps on device/LAN networks around 2005/2006 was when the consumer market opened up for 1000Mbps products. I think I finally made the change around 2007/08. Somewhere in there. My first 1000Mbps product was D-Links DGL-4500 gaming router. I remember buying some cheap Trendnet PC adapter cards for the few PCs I had back then. Then bought a HP Pro Curve 1400 series 24 port 1000Mbps switch that is still in service today.
  14. For the consumer market, some 10Gb HW is still kinda spendy. I see some Mfrs are slowly coming out with 2.5Gb support on some routers and such. There are some switches being seen. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=10gb+switch+unmanaged&i=electronics&crid=2L8GOPWA71AGU&sprefix=10Gb+swtich%2Celectronics%2C215&ref=nb_sb_ss_sc_4_11 I think ASUS and a few others are now out with 10Gb adapter cards: https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-10-gigabit-network-cards https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-XG-C100C-Network-Adapter-Single/dp/B072N84DG6 Impressive heatsink and fans on some of these cards. Im not sure if a quad core PC would be enough to handle 10Gb. Probably 8 core or higher at least. As you can see, prices are not cheap. Maybe for those who can afford it and hop over. Everyone should recall and remember when we all went from 100Mb to 1000Mb several years back....hmmmm?
  15. You also need 10Gb LAN port adapter on your PC as well. also a PC that can handle and process at 10Gb data flow too.
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