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  1. Make this a feature on the router itself so we can report straight from DumaOS. I think this way you would get a lot more data to strengthen the Geo-Filter.
  2. Hi Team, I currently own a Netduma R1 and Netgear XR500. I have a suggestion of adding a speed test similar to legacy features on the old R1 firmware which also tested the line with the Internet Diagnosis feature (please bring the Internet Diagnosis feature back). I would also find it really convenient to be able to test LAN speeds given its so often we hear of all these amazing 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz numbers being thrown around on advertisement of routers but find it hard to test in reality. I'm sure it would also assist some people in trouble shooting or deciding between cabled connections and wireless. I assume this may be possible with the introduction of a DumaOS App for mobiles or just through the GUI from the connected device. Keen to hear your thoughts on this!
  3. Hi, Just downloaded and installed DumaOS Firmware V2.1.3.29 with Hybrid VPN on the R1. Can I get some assistance is setting up PIA (Private Internet Access) OpenVPN please? I have copied the config files sourced from the below link (DEFAULT selected), and pasted them into the Configuration tab of Advanced setup. Then input username and password however it will not allow me to connect. https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/helpdesk/kb/articles/what-s-the-difference-between-the-ovpn-files I have also attached a screenshot and the config txt file. Cheers, AU Sydney.ovpn.txt
  4. Hi Fraser, Happy to help test here now that I'm on DumaOS Beta. I use PIA VPN and I'm using the R1.
  5. Every single Peer hosted server I have connected to in Black Ops 4 is not correctly Located on the Geo-Filter. I have been able to compile a list below of the servers: Note: I am located in Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 8c2529f4c22beff4 Domain: 37.244.43.244 Ping: 12-16ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 8c251ee9c22beff4 Domain: 37.244.43.233 Ping: 11-20ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: South Australia (This is a known peer who’s actual location is Sydney). Host Type: Peer ID: 2b726b360fca464b Domain: d114-75-202-54.sbr2.nsw.optusnet.com.au Ping: 10-14ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 5e89ba8526fd363b Domain: 137.59.253.133 Ping: 10-14ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 8c2511dcc22beff4 Domain: 37.244.43.220 Ping: 12-20ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 8c250ed9c22beff4 Domain: 37.244.43.217 Ping: 12-16ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: d0acedb8496f1116 Domain: 172.22.111.184 Ping: 12-18ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________
  6. @Netduma Admin @Netduma Fraser So I have done some more testing and have found the following: 1) Dedicated servers appear to be correctly Geo-Filtered. When I connect to dedicated servers their locations correlate with the Ping I am getting (No issues with dedicated servers). 2) Every single Peer Hosted server I have connected to in Black Ops 4 is not correctly Located on the Geo-Filter. I have been able to compile a list below of the servers: Note: I am located in Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 8c2529f4c22beff4 Domain: 37.244.43.244 Ping: 12-16ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 8c251ee9c22beff4 Domain: 37.244.43.233 Ping: 11-20ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: South Australia (This is a known peer who’s actual location is Sydney). Host Type: Peer ID: 2b726b360fca464b Domain: d114-75-202-54.sbr2.nsw.optusnet.com.au Ping: 10-14ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 5e89ba8526fd363b Domain: 137.59.253.133 Ping: 10-14ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 8c2511dcc22beff4 Domain: 37.244.43.220 Ping: 12-20ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: 8c250ed9c22beff4 Domain: 37.244.43.217 Ping: 12-16ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ Server location on the map: Outside of Australia (i.e. rest of the world) Host Type: Peer ID: d0acedb8496f1116 Domain: 172.22.111.184 Ping: 12-18ms Your location: Sydney Australia ________________________________ I will also post these in http://forum.netduma.com/topic/26463-black-ops-4-geo-filter-cloud-needs-your-help/ as you have outlined.
  7. Okay sure. One question though... What if these servers are peers and and not dedicated and they are another showing the correct locations?
  8. The reason its set to spectating mode is because it was not connecting to servers with Ping <200ms unless i did this. If you look to the bottom right of the screenshot you can see the ping is 11ms ! connected on the other side of the globe. Something isn't right here
  9. I am on PS4 and couldn't find a dedicated or peer server with a ping below 200ms in Australia with Upnp on. When port forwarding all ports for PS4 I was able to now connect however strangely DumaOS shows the server on the other side of the world. Something doesn't seem right here from my location in Sydney. I have attached a screenshot to illustrate what I am referring to. Also, I regularly play with a mate from Sydney and DumaOS is showing his location in South Australia. Note, I haven't tried any other game apart from Black Ops 4 so the issues may be isolated to the game?
  10. Hi Jack, I would be more comfortable having this patched. There is no release date for dumaos and I'd prefer to not leave it they way it is (being susceptible). I'm sure you could understand if this were your private network. Can you please enable the upgrade. Thanks,
  11. Hi Team, I am running version 1.03.6g and want to upgrade as I believe my version is susceptible to the WiFi crack. If it's easier to just upgrade to the Beta DumaOS I'm happy to do that to as I'm already on the list. I have selected Allow remote access to Netduma tech support. Cheers!
  12. Hi Luke/Fraser, Hoping we could get an update on when the DumaOS update is planned or is there a way I can set up a notification on arrival? Manually checking is tiresome. Cheers,
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