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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Alex in SH3 in router mode and XR500   
    That has worked perfectly! Thank you so much. It's was the LAN port on SH3 bit I was missing. Thanks Alex
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in SH3 in router mode and XR500   
    That has worked perfectly! Thank you so much. It's was the LAN port on SH3 bit I was missing. Thanks Alex
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    DanologyUK reacted to Netduma Alex in SH3 in router mode and XR500   
    The two devices need to be on a different subnet, so you should go with the first IP address setup that you listed above.
    You need to connect one of the LAN ports on the SH3 to the WAN port on the XR500. It won't work if you connect LAN to LAN.
    Turn off wifi on the SH3, unplug every device from LAN except the XR500.
    Once that's set up, you might consider putting the XR500 into the DMZ of the SH3.
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Admin in Accidently unpinned   
    If for example you deleted the Network Oveview  from the dashboard, simply go onto "Network Monitor" on the left handside where you find the Network Overview. Simply press the pin on this page and itll go back onto the Dashboard. 
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Accidently unpinned   
    Perfect thank you. 
     
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    DanologyUK reacted to Netduma Admin in Accidently unpinned   
    If you go to the feature’s original page, each panel has a small pin icon on the top right hand corner. Click that once and it will be pinned back to your dashboard. You can then reposition and resize it   
     
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Admin in TorGuard VPN - How i set this up?   
    After multiple factory resets the 1 file is working. 
     
    Thanks for your help. 
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    DanologyUK reacted to Netduma Admin in TorGuard VPN - How i set this up?   
    Hi Dan - could you make sure you are following this guide please: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000027547-using-the-vpn-feature-with-a-non-supported-vpn-provider
     
    If the issue still continues, let us know.
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Tai N in What headset do YOU use?   
    I swear by the Turtle Beach Elite Pro with TAC - http://www.argos.co.uk/product/8019684
     
    This is the best £250 spent and i bought this as soon as it came out. I now see all the big competitions use these. As i sit at my desk and play my PS4/Xbox on 1 monitor, this headset allows me to connect the TAC (mixer box) upto the PS4 and Xbox and my PC so i can listen/watch Twitch etc whilst gaming on console and i receive both audio at the same time. 
     
    The TAC is connected to my PC via USB to allow me to use the mic on my headset for my PC at the same time as playing on the console if i so wish. If this headset breaks, i would immediately go and buy a new one tomorrow. 
     
    The headset also is great for glasses wearers as if you remove the ear cups, there is a tab you can lock into position that makes an indent in the earcups to allow for your glasses arms. No more squashing of the glasses arms into your face!
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Iain in DNS called IAN!!   
    How nice of them!
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    DanologyUK reacted to Netduma Iain in DNS called IAN!!   
    lmao my parents named me after a domain name server  
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in New idea   
    Brilliant, thanks Fraser. This router just gets better and better.
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    DanologyUK reacted to Netduma Fraser in New idea   
    I think that is something that's been suggested before - at the very least it is something we have thought about. I'm sure a lot of people would like this and so in future I'm confident we could implement that
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from simjc in [New Feature] Xbox One update coming   
    Here are the Microsoft notes about the change. 
     
    Some folks in Preview have already noticed a few of these changes in the most recent update that went out to Preview Alpha yesterday, and I wanted to highlight them here:
     
    Alternate multiplayer port selection: Under Network settings, Advanced settings there's a new button labeled Alternate port selection. For home networks where UPnP is problematic or unavailable and where multiple Xbox consoles are present, customers can now select an alternate port for multiplayer and chat to use. The default port for Xbox multiplayer and chat is UDP 3074, and when working around NAT issues you can set up either port forwarding or port triggering for this port & protocol to open up the NAT type for a single console. However, this option is only available to one console at a time if all consoles are using UDP 3074. With this new option, you can select a different UDP port from a drop down menu for each console so that you can setup port forwarding rules for each console on your home network. When the console binds to the new port, it will also attempt to port map via UPnP on this new port in case the UPnP issues with the home router are intermittent.
     
    Test NAT type: Under Network settings there's a new button labeled Test NAT type. If you are troubleshooting NAT issues with your router and make changes such as enabling UPnP, configuring port forwarding, port triggering, or DMZ settings, you can now click this button to have the console re-run the NAT test and update the page with the new result if the NAT type has changed. A few important notes here:
    Several routers that we've tested will require that the router be rebooted in order for any UPnP or NAT rules to take effect. If you're not seeing the expected result after running the Test NAT type, you may want to power down the router and console, then power up the router and wait for it to come online, and then power up the console.
    If your router has detected a Moderate NAT type and you re-run the NAT test, it will likely display that the NAT type is now Open. Because of how NAT types are detected, re-running NAT tests back-to-back on a Moderate NAT type will often result in the NAT being falsely detected as Open. You'll need to either reboot the router or wait a while for the router to flush stale NAT entries from memory to get an accurate result.
     
    Some under-the-hood UPnP improvements: We've been improving and optimizing the UPnP port mapping process, and this release contains some further enhancements to make the port mapping process even more resilient and streamlined.
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from A7Legit in [New Feature] Xbox One update coming   
    Here are the Microsoft notes about the change. 
     
    Some folks in Preview have already noticed a few of these changes in the most recent update that went out to Preview Alpha yesterday, and I wanted to highlight them here:
     
    Alternate multiplayer port selection: Under Network settings, Advanced settings there's a new button labeled Alternate port selection. For home networks where UPnP is problematic or unavailable and where multiple Xbox consoles are present, customers can now select an alternate port for multiplayer and chat to use. The default port for Xbox multiplayer and chat is UDP 3074, and when working around NAT issues you can set up either port forwarding or port triggering for this port & protocol to open up the NAT type for a single console. However, this option is only available to one console at a time if all consoles are using UDP 3074. With this new option, you can select a different UDP port from a drop down menu for each console so that you can setup port forwarding rules for each console on your home network. When the console binds to the new port, it will also attempt to port map via UPnP on this new port in case the UPnP issues with the home router are intermittent.
     
    Test NAT type: Under Network settings there's a new button labeled Test NAT type. If you are troubleshooting NAT issues with your router and make changes such as enabling UPnP, configuring port forwarding, port triggering, or DMZ settings, you can now click this button to have the console re-run the NAT test and update the page with the new result if the NAT type has changed. A few important notes here:
    Several routers that we've tested will require that the router be rebooted in order for any UPnP or NAT rules to take effect. If you're not seeing the expected result after running the Test NAT type, you may want to power down the router and console, then power up the router and wait for it to come online, and then power up the console.
    If your router has detected a Moderate NAT type and you re-run the NAT test, it will likely display that the NAT type is now Open. Because of how NAT types are detected, re-running NAT tests back-to-back on a Moderate NAT type will often result in the NAT being falsely detected as Open. You'll need to either reboot the router or wait a while for the router to flush stale NAT entries from memory to get an accurate result.
     
    Some under-the-hood UPnP improvements: We've been improving and optimizing the UPnP port mapping process, and this release contains some further enhancements to make the port mapping process even more resilient and streamlined.
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in [New Feature] Xbox One update coming   
    Here are the Microsoft notes about the change. 
     
    Some folks in Preview have already noticed a few of these changes in the most recent update that went out to Preview Alpha yesterday, and I wanted to highlight them here:
     
    Alternate multiplayer port selection: Under Network settings, Advanced settings there's a new button labeled Alternate port selection. For home networks where UPnP is problematic or unavailable and where multiple Xbox consoles are present, customers can now select an alternate port for multiplayer and chat to use. The default port for Xbox multiplayer and chat is UDP 3074, and when working around NAT issues you can set up either port forwarding or port triggering for this port & protocol to open up the NAT type for a single console. However, this option is only available to one console at a time if all consoles are using UDP 3074. With this new option, you can select a different UDP port from a drop down menu for each console so that you can setup port forwarding rules for each console on your home network. When the console binds to the new port, it will also attempt to port map via UPnP on this new port in case the UPnP issues with the home router are intermittent.
     
    Test NAT type: Under Network settings there's a new button labeled Test NAT type. If you are troubleshooting NAT issues with your router and make changes such as enabling UPnP, configuring port forwarding, port triggering, or DMZ settings, you can now click this button to have the console re-run the NAT test and update the page with the new result if the NAT type has changed. A few important notes here:
    Several routers that we've tested will require that the router be rebooted in order for any UPnP or NAT rules to take effect. If you're not seeing the expected result after running the Test NAT type, you may want to power down the router and console, then power up the router and wait for it to come online, and then power up the console.
    If your router has detected a Moderate NAT type and you re-run the NAT test, it will likely display that the NAT type is now Open. Because of how NAT types are detected, re-running NAT tests back-to-back on a Moderate NAT type will often result in the NAT being falsely detected as Open. You'll need to either reboot the router or wait a while for the router to flush stale NAT entries from memory to get an accurate result.
     
    Some under-the-hood UPnP improvements: We've been improving and optimizing the UPnP port mapping process, and this release contains some further enhancements to make the port mapping process even more resilient and streamlined.
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from RILLA au in [New Feature] Xbox One update coming   
    If any of you have difficulties with multiple Xbox One's connecting in the same house, an update has rolled out to the beta update users which allows you to set your xbox to use different port for each console (default is 3074). This will allow you to then manually port forward for each console. 
     
    Hope this makes sense. 
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from ColonicBoom in [New Feature] Xbox One update coming   
    If any of you have difficulties with multiple Xbox One's connecting in the same house, an update has rolled out to the beta update users which allows you to set your xbox to use different port for each console (default is 3074). This will allow you to then manually port forward for each console. 
     
    Hope this makes sense. 
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    DanologyUK got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in [New Feature] Xbox One update coming   
    If any of you have difficulties with multiple Xbox One's connecting in the same house, an update has rolled out to the beta update users which allows you to set your xbox to use different port for each console (default is 3074). This will allow you to then manually port forward for each console. 
     
    Hope this makes sense. 
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    DanologyUK reacted to Netduma Fraser in How many packets can the Netduma process?   
    It also mentions it's for carrier-class networks so it's major overkill for consumer networks. In terms of how many it can process a second I would have to check with the Devs but more than enough for any network. It can handle LOTS of devices, way more than a standard home would have so theres no issue there.
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    DanologyUK reacted to lukasz in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
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