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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in ANNOUNCEMENT: New R2 Firmware! (3.0.179)   
    Yessir, went back to the OG firmware, factory reset, upgraded and then did another factory clear. Unfortunately the 2.4ghz network still drops out randomly, doesn't stay down but it's a nuisance still Unfortunately.  The 5ghz range is still all over the place as well. Right now it's running as a router with a dd-wrt AP running. Hopefully you guys find a fix for this, cheers brother.
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Newfie in ANNOUNCEMENT: New R2 Firmware! (3.0.179)   
    It's not just my camera's, it's the 2.4ghz network that completely goes down and the range on the 5ghz is pretty bad. 
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in 2.4ghz network suddenly gone, after reboot 2.4ghz unusable   
    Roger that, i'll apply it now.
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in 2.4ghz network suddenly gone, after reboot 2.4ghz unusable   
    I'll give it a shot now and report back. 
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Zippy in New Docsis 3.1 Modem from Motorola   
    My bad on not seeing this yet, been on vacation lol.  The main reason I wanted to get it is that the 3.1 modem spectrum gave me still has ping spikes which I'm not cool with. I ran a ping in the command interface and noticed spikes of 20-30ms with no one online. To triple check I did this test just from the modem and low and behold, same thing. It's even more apparent when I saturate my connection even with the duma qos going. At this point buying my own modem seems to be the best call, especially since I'll be able to check signal levels at that point. They keep telling me "you're getting your full download speed and then some so just be happy." I'm not going away jusy because they claim it's good, the first non 3.1 modem I had show negative 7dbm on some of the downstream which I'm sure is the cause besides their terrible firmware as you said.  Thanks for all the info, gonna pull the trigger tonight 😁
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    TG3NOC1D3 reacted to Zippy in New Docsis 3.1 Modem from Motorola   
    That is a good modem.. There are two that I like.. One is the Arris SB8200 and the other is the one you mentioned here the MB8600 which is the Motorola.. Im also with the same provider as you are. Charter Spectrum.. When it comes to DOCSIS 3.1 modems id buy my own.. Dont use the supplied Spectrums DOCSIS 3.1 modems. They are locked down and have been having issues with there own in house firmware for there DOCSIS 3.1 modems.. When you purchase your own modem you are responsible to download any updated firmware from the company you bought the modem from.. So example of this would be if you bought the Motorola then you would have to get any updates for firmwares from them directly.. Not from Spectrum.. Which is what I like and want.. Also your modem wont be locked down to where you cant make simple changes if need be.. Even though theres not alot in a modem interface its still nice to have full access..
    So you should be just fine with the Motorola.. Most seem to buy that one because its got a good price.. The Arris was a bit more expensive.. But as time has past the two could be fairly close now.. Both modems dont have the puma chipset.. Which is another plus!  
    Good luck!
    Zippy.
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    TG3NOC1D3 reacted to Netduma Adrian in Ping Heatmap suggestion/issue thread   
    Hi, a comment regarding Overwatch:  We know its one of the most requested games, but adding it is not as easy as other games due to its internal functionality. We'll probably take one or two months before being able to actually go and add it, but don't worry, it'll arrive eventually.
    I've noted all other games suggested here, and we'll try to add all of them (or as many as possible). Many thanks to everyone!
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Ping Heatmap suggestion/issue thread   
    Gears Of War 5, Halo 5, Battlefield 5, Rocket League. Halo 5 may use the same servers as MCC but I could be wrong on that, gonna look into it personally by just doing a spectate mode and comparing with heat map while doing a side by side on windows using the snapshot feature. Thanks!
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Zippy in Question regarding the Netduma R2   
    That's why stuck with the Internet Ultra plan with 465/25. I wish that if you paid that giant markup for gigabit they'd just run fiber to your home at that point lmao. 
    I'm debating switching to centurylink due to them having fiber nearby and they might offer it here. Worth checking imo, especially with a fancy router on the way. I've always liked netduma, especially their geofilter. It's so frustrating getting on a good server that's like 25-30ms and then next game you're on one rhat runs 60+ms. I got so fed up that i said fuck it and learned about the netduma r1. Homegrow tech support with a dedicated team leading innovation in gaming routers and my heart was full of joy.  
    My modem is a charter spectrum modem. The E31U2V1 to be exact. It's labeled a DOCSIS 3.1 modem and it gets the full speed. After running a ping continuously using cmd it sits stable to googles dns at 10ms consistently which made me happy. 
     
    Thanks for the well wishes on the router, I hope you're doing well and hopefully getting a fiber offer lol.  Cheers bro.
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Question regarding the Netduma R2   
    That's why stuck with the Internet Ultra plan with 465/25. I wish that if you paid that giant markup for gigabit they'd just run fiber to your home at that point lmao. 
    I'm debating switching to centurylink due to them having fiber nearby and they might offer it here. Worth checking imo, especially with a fancy router on the way. I've always liked netduma, especially their geofilter. It's so frustrating getting on a good server that's like 25-30ms and then next game you're on one rhat runs 60+ms. I got so fed up that i said fuck it and learned about the netduma r1. Homegrow tech support with a dedicated team leading innovation in gaming routers and my heart was full of joy.  
    My modem is a charter spectrum modem. The E31U2V1 to be exact. It's labeled a DOCSIS 3.1 modem and it gets the full speed. After running a ping continuously using cmd it sits stable to googles dns at 10ms consistently which made me happy. 
     
    Thanks for the well wishes on the router, I hope you're doing well and hopefully getting a fiber offer lol.  Cheers bro.
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    TG3NOC1D3 reacted to Zippy in Question regarding the Netduma R2   
    Exactly, Spectrums upload for gig speeds is shameful and thats why I dont even consider it for myself.. As far as im concerned gig speeds should be symmetrical. But thats just me.. lol..
    Im glad to hear you pulled the trigger. Theres just alot packed into the R2. I like it purely because its all Netduma. 👍 And they have done alot of hard work to bring the best to the table for OS.. 
    I was going to ask you what brand of modem do you currently have?
    Anyways hope your router gets to you in a speedy fashion.. Good luck and enjoy!
    Zippy.
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Zippy in Question regarding the Netduma R2   
    I pulled the trigger last night after zippy confirmed the ability to use qos at 400Mbps. Really looking forward to putting this bad boy through it's paces! I might have to be the first person to due a real in depth review on youtube. I noticed a lot of people don't discuss things like how much bandwidth a router can shape, which I believe would really put the spotlight on this equipment. Anyways, cheers man.
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Question regarding the Netduma R2   
    I pulled the trigger last night after zippy confirmed the ability to use qos at 400Mbps. Really looking forward to putting this bad boy through it's paces! I might have to be the first person to due a real in depth review on youtube. I noticed a lot of people don't discuss things like how much bandwidth a router can shape, which I believe would really put the spotlight on this equipment. Anyways, cheers man.
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Zippy in Question regarding the Netduma R2   
    Oh yeah I totally understand haha. I just meant like if set my sliders to 90% would i get 414ish but it sounds like that is the case, so I'm gonna pull the trigger on one tonight. Hopefully get it here by the weekend so i can use it to do some gaming. Do you know what the maximum shaping speed is? we get gigabit here but it's through copper, unless they offer to do fttc or ftth. I use spectrum currently. Well, this is charter's territory, so it's charters lines out here.
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    TG3NOC1D3 reacted to Zippy in Question regarding the Netduma R2   
    Yes with your speeds you will have no trouble getting speeds 400-420 down with QoS enabled. But also remember its going to depend on what your CC sliders are set at as well.. So if you have your sliders or CC set to a lower value of say 380 for example then of course your not going to get 400 at that point. Which is totally understandable.. Hopefully you understand what im saying. But to put you mind at ease you will have no trouble to get what you want for speeds.
     Personally I think you will be very pleased with the R2.   Theres alot of very good features in the R2..
    Btw.. Who is your ISP?
    If you have other questions please feel free to ask.
    Thanks!
    Zippy
     
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in ANNOUNCEMENT: DUMAOS 3.0 IS HERE   
    Holy crap it's been a hot minute since i've been on this forum! Anyways, I'm really excited to test out this new firmware and I'm gonna try to be on here more often especially with my home internet being.... less than desirable. I run on a ADSL2+ line of 16D/1U and let me tell you... trying to keep bandwidth flowing for a few users is uhh.... frustrating lol. DUMA was the first router that really helped share bandwidth without letting a single device hog it, one of the more frustrating sides to something like OpenWRT. Especially applications like Battle dot net and steam (looking at you multiple connection frames 😑) even after doing some serious tweaking it never seemed to run just how i wanted. I ended up using my Netgear X4S as a fancy AP and plugging back up the DUMA, especially after hearing about 3.0 and all the fancy stuff heading our way. This isn't some fluff paid advertisement nor am i sponsored by them, i just know good software when i see it. To the Netduma team, Thank you all for your hard work and continued patience with your user base especially when we get a little frazzled. You guys have kept cool heads when you've easily had the right to lose it on a few folks, that is stellar customer service right there. I hope you and your families are happy and healthy on the other side of the pond, cheers fella's!
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Admin in Wi-Fi calling not working   
    Very appreciated! You guys are doing great, for a brand new OS and new milestone release this could not have gone smoother. I sincerely wish you and the team nothing but the best and success. Thanks again!
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    TG3NOC1D3 reacted to Netduma Jack in Geo-Filter not working for PC BO4   
    The photos and guides you've probably seen relate to previous CoD titles... Black Ops 4 is a whole different ball game, since they've changed the way the online setup works. If you played a previous CoD title you'd see the kinds of results you'd expect - lots of blocked and allowed servers. With Black Ops 4 you'll see a lot less going on - the game will likely connect you to a server (hence why you only see the one server) and there'll be less items on the map appearing blocked.
    Are you able to connect to that server when you've limited your radius size? Effectively that's what you want - you want a local server, so it sounds positive if that's what you're getting!
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    TG3NOC1D3 reacted to Netduma Admin in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    Quick update - we're in final closed beta testing with the R1 firmware. So we hope to have it out very soon. Everyone who has signed up to the Open R1 DumaOS beta will receive an email with the link in. We'll also announce it on the forum and across social media.
    XR500/XR700 users - we're working hard with NETGEAR to get a new firmware out asap. Again we will announce once it's rolled out.
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Admin in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    Stated in line 1 of the nomenclature. 

    Hope this is helpful,

    Tyler. 
     
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Gamingcavalier in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    Stated in line 1 of the nomenclature. 

    Hope this is helpful,

    Tyler. 
     
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Geo-Filter not working for PC BO4   
    I'll try this when i get off work today and report back. Thanks!
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from sncjez in Geo-Filter not working for PC BO4   
    Roger that, I'll give it a go and report back.
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    TG3NOC1D3 reacted to sncjez in Geo-Filter not working for PC BO4   
    My PC is set for xbox live in geo,  when in BO4 dashboard pc or console  i will reboot the R1. 
    This has worked for me so far a straight start up is a non runner atm with the geo, so i need a reboot to kick in when geo settings are set.
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    TG3NOC1D3 got a reaction from Kudarat in DumaOS on the Netduma R1 is now in Open Beta!   
    Were these upgrades done in the background? I just wanna make sure I didn't miss anything lol. I can say so far my firmware is running great!! Geo-Filter is amazing and the layout for the new OS is very sleek! Thanks to the Netduma team for putting in serious work on this bad boy 😁
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