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TrayDay

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    TrayDay reacted to N3CR0 in Should've been nuke #2   
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    TrayDay got a reaction from jlpotter76 in AT&T Fiber Optic..........   
    I have ATT Fiber as well and unfortunately you cannot 'eliminate' the use of the ATT Router without "advanced methods". It's the way ATT handles utilizing your IP to the Internet. 
    Put it this way, you will NEED additional equipment. Sorry to say, but AT&T is the only one that I'm aware of that utilize that certain 'feature' for simpler terms, compared to other Internet Service Providers around the globe. I believe one other that comes close is those that "may" use FritzBox.
    I'm 'NOT' using the ATT router right now. I 'ONLY" use it for one time use to get "confirmation' that that my 'router' want to connect to the internet then I swap it out and have it disconnected. Only time I have to plug it back up, which was two days ago was due to a power outage in the neighborhood and needed to 'reauthorize' my connection. The method I use to keep it simple is what Netduma Fraser quoted:
    That's the simplistic method without having to use an advance method I used before. But again, it's advanced and technically is still a pain and the method quoted is the easily the simplest.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in AT&T Fiber Optic..........   
    I have ATT Fiber as well and unfortunately you cannot 'eliminate' the use of the ATT Router without "advanced methods". It's the way ATT handles utilizing your IP to the Internet. 
    Put it this way, you will NEED additional equipment. Sorry to say, but AT&T is the only one that I'm aware of that utilize that certain 'feature' for simpler terms, compared to other Internet Service Providers around the globe. I believe one other that comes close is those that "may" use FritzBox.
    I'm 'NOT' using the ATT router right now. I 'ONLY" use it for one time use to get "confirmation' that that my 'router' want to connect to the internet then I swap it out and have it disconnected. Only time I have to plug it back up, which was two days ago was due to a power outage in the neighborhood and needed to 'reauthorize' my connection. The method I use to keep it simple is what Netduma Fraser quoted:
    That's the simplistic method without having to use an advance method I used before. But again, it's advanced and technically is still a pain and the method quoted is the easily the simplest.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from Zippy in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Netduma R2 is here   
    Yes, looking at the tech spec. It's listed pre-installed.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from Netduma Admin in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Netduma R2 is here   
    Yes, looking at the tech spec. It's listed pre-installed.
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    TrayDay reacted to Netduma Admin in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Netduma R2 is here   
    Nothing changes with that. Think of the R2 as an addition to the DumaOS lineup. We’ll keep adding more and more testers to the R1 beta, and we’re working with Netgear to do the same with theirs. 
     
    Biggest difference with the R2 is it’s all ours from the bottom up. This means we can get new firmwares to the R2 in the shortest time possible. 
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    TrayDay got a reaction from CableGames22 in ANNOUNCEMENT: DUMAOS 3.0 IS HERE   
    It's been a long while coming. Bounds of joy hearing such news.  So many of the futures that's been handled with dedication and care. I am looking forward to 3.0. Thank you to everyone on the Netduma Team, DumaOS Insiders, and Netduma users, for believing such an amazing product and community.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from Ghost-Inside in Question about the R1 B4 I Purchase   
    Yes, you should be fine. Some R1's may vary as with any router on the market on how the it's built. Someone with an R1 may get full or close to full 1gigabit speeds. While another, will only obtain, 450mbps. It all varies but 500 I would say would be the sweet spot. But also depending on the amount of network connecting or devices/clients on your network can also reduce to at the lowest 400mbps. All and all, you should be fine.
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    TrayDay reacted to jeanclaudedus in 42/ 2 KILLS MW WITH BRUEIN   
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    TrayDay reacted to lilstone87 in ANNOUNCEMENT: DUMAOS 3.0 IS HERE   
    This sounds all good in your "own" head. Until there's 100/1000's running a beta build, software bugs appear, with a ton of people complaining about the same bugs. On top of that, you will likely have some taking it to far, and bashing the people who are hard at work on the software for these routers. With a limited number of people to start off, it's easier to communicate between testers, and the dev's working on the software. Without having a few bad apples, being rude about something being bugged, and not working, exactly how they expect it should right now.
    Trust me the people who work on the software, want everything to work great the first time. However that isn't possible 99.9% of the time. So when something is wrong, they want to hear positive feedback. Not unhelpful bashing of something not working properly.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from Kostas83 in ANNOUNCEMENT: DUMAOS 3.0 IS HERE   
    It's been a long while coming. Bounds of joy hearing such news.  So many of the futures that's been handled with dedication and care. I am looking forward to 3.0. Thank you to everyone on the Netduma Team, DumaOS Insiders, and Netduma users, for believing such an amazing product and community.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in ANNOUNCEMENT: DUMAOS 3.0 IS HERE   
    It's been a long while coming. Bounds of joy hearing such news.  So many of the futures that's been handled with dedication and care. I am looking forward to 3.0. Thank you to everyone on the Netduma Team, DumaOS Insiders, and Netduma users, for believing such an amazing product and community.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from PurpleHaze in ANNOUNCEMENT: DUMAOS 3.0 IS HERE   
    It's been a long while coming. Bounds of joy hearing such news.  So many of the futures that's been handled with dedication and care. I am looking forward to 3.0. Thank you to everyone on the Netduma Team, DumaOS Insiders, and Netduma users, for believing such an amazing product and community.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from Newfie in ANNOUNCEMENT: DUMAOS 3.0 IS HERE   
    It's been a long while coming. Bounds of joy hearing such news.  So many of the futures that's been handled with dedication and care. I am looking forward to 3.0. Thank you to everyone on the Netduma Team, DumaOS Insiders, and Netduma users, for believing such an amazing product and community.
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    TrayDay reacted to TryHardUndies in Hardhat Tactical Nuke with 61 Gunstreak ☢ (XR700 gameplay)   
    https://youtu.be/YrZE_rFOZ5U
     
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    TrayDay reacted to Cussiv in DOUBLE NUKE (INFINITE WARFARE)   
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    TrayDay reacted to TryHardUndies in MW: Hardhat Tactical Nuke ☢ (XR700 gameplay)   
    https://youtu.be/iInwNdUXJMc
     
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    TrayDay reacted to GHOST-1-EC in MP5 Clips - Its a Vibe 😎   
    MP5 Clips.mp4 MP5 Clips.mp4 Made this one for the heck of it..... cant upload to youtube tho(music copyright and such). Final kill tho 😎🥶
    Enjoy!! 
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    TrayDay reacted to GHOST-1-EC in Easy Snipes 😅   
    Some music for the snipes

    Easy 5 Piece_x264.mp4  
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    TrayDay reacted to Sable in how to get better hit detection   
    Yes you untick that.
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    TrayDay reacted to GHOST-1-EC in ShootHouse 70 Kill Gameplay   
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    TrayDay got a reaction from A1_Boston in SBMM & Reverse Boosting: Down the rabbit hole....   
    I know you just wanted to experiment. But the fact of the matter is, that you had thought about doing this. As this was never the case in older CoD's pre-SBMM. Just get on and play. I'm 100% certain that a few high profiling CoD users does this. That is, joining a new lobby account to upload gameplay on youtube. Needs to make sure get them below 2 minute nukes and traffic right?
    Thanks for sharing your observations and experience.
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    TrayDay reacted to Netduma Admin in NEW FEATURE ANNOUNCEMENT: GEO-FENCING   
    When we launched the Geo-Filter back in 2014, it changed the way gamers experienced matchmaking. By giving you control over the servers you play on, you were able to eliminate the biggest cause of lag in gaming; distance.
    However, it's not always just a simple case of playing on the servers closest to your home - not all servers are made equal, and some can be lower quality despite being closer to you. We made Geo-Fencing to give you total control and solve this problem once and for all.

    With Geo-Fencing you can draw multiple Geo-Filters around the servers you like and block the servers you don't, giving you unprecedented control over the matchmaking process. Draw filters around your region or country, or only draw around the best servers in the world - online matchmaking is now in your hands.
    DumaOS 3.0 is the biggest update we have ever built, effectively doubling the feature set. Geo-Fencing is just one of many features coming to your router with DumaOS v3.0, so stay tuned for our next feature announcement.
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    TrayDay got a reaction from Zippy in Traffic Prioritization questions   
    1) Is there a list somewhere that tells you which games are under the "DumaOS Classified Games", does it mirror the list under "Basic" when you click "add device"? Does the list get updated by NetDuma team in a cloud or only from firmware updates?
    There haven't been any list or FAQs given the list of ports used for the dumaos classified games. But yes, I would assume it's update by Netduma.
    2) when setting up a game under the "Advanced" section, do I need to enter both the "Source" and "Destination" ports, or only the "Destination"? If the latter, do I leave the Source ports at 1-65535?
    It's up to you, as many of the games varies on the source and destination ports used but if want to use a range, 1024-65545 is not a bad start. For example, you can see the list of ports I presented that is used in Call of Duty:MW Warzone here.
    3) I read somewhere that not all ports need to be prioritized for a game as it's not the same as port forwarding, example is UDP ports are typically gameplay packets while TCP are other things, Is there a way to find out exactly which ports need to be prioritized for each game? does it matter too much if I just find out which ports are typically used for port forwarding and just add them?
    Yes, games such as First Person Shooters, utilizes UDP packets due to faster transmission and other technical reasons. But there are shooters like The Division that uses TCP and NBA 2k that does the same in usage heavily on TCP. 
    4) If 2 PCs are playing the same game on the same router, do I just add both PCs to "add device" and use the same ports for both? Is that possible?
    Yes, but make sure you utilize UPNP.
    5) I am currently playing Apex Legends on PC and have googled which ports are used for forwarding, but for prioritization I have only added the UDP ports and the TCP ports that have a matching UDP port number (see screenshot below) Is this a correct setup? It does appear to be working correctly, "High Priority Traffic Detection" light only comes on while playing.
    I play mainly on the PS4 the source ports is 50000:60000 to destination 37000:42000. As I also have captured the packets and have the saved data. PC is not too far off, as someone on the EA forums have found the information to coincide with my own findings in this thread here. Just to give you and idea of what I'm talking about, here a screenshot of that data.

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    TrayDay reacted to kinel in Warzone wireshark capture send here please   
    Its hard to explain
    but i was wrong   in what i was thinking as ive been reading up on it and found out i was wrong
    But i will try to explain what iwas thinking
    In you screen shot it shows to  values  1st is length the 2nd is len
    I noticed in many screenshots on the forum that the lenghth  value was always higher than the  len value
    So i thought this meant that we were sending more packets than the server could handle   =length
    As the server looked like it was sending back less  packets  = len
    That was my theory
    But after reading up on it 
    Its just wireshark dosent capture 42 bytes of data
    If you add 42 to every len value in your screenshot  it matches the length value
    They all match up  meaning i was wrong
    I hope i made sence
    And thank you for the help
    I really thought i was on to somthing as well
     
     
     
     
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