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digz_au

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About digz_au

  • Rank
    Serious
  • Birthday October 7

Basic Info

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Australia
  • Interests
    technology
    photography
    gaming
    the universe :)
  • DumaOS Routers Owned
    Netduma R1
    XR300

Online Presence

  • Xbox Live
    DiGz#3076

Gaming

  • Gamer Type
    PC Gamer
    Console Gamer
  • Favourite Genres
    Shooters
    Racing
  • Connection Speed
    51-100mbps

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  1. Not sure if Germany dsl uses DLM profiles like the UK. For cod you want servers with an average ping of 25 to 40ms as it's the sweet spot.
  2. Netduma is using a custom qos script, fq codel with a few changes I believe. Cod runs better without qos, anything with a simple bandwidth limiter will suffice. Try cod with qos disabled and see how you go.
  3. Cod doesn't like qos, I use openwrt with a simple upload cap of 500kbps and 20000kbps download. The way the cod algorithms work is quite counter intuitive. The slower your connection is the less times you get messed over with lag compensation. Ymmv
  4. Would never pay somebody to setup your networking. Learn your preferences, adjust accordingly and make micro adjustments as needed. Gaming specifically has a few points of which is different amongst players, server ping based on players home location, isp setup both in and outside of your control, your lan setup and qos. There's so much more than this aswell as these are some of the main points. If you choose to learn yourself, its so valuable that any device you use for networking you can apply that knowledge.
  5. I emailed them, just so you know that we are covered over here by the ACL. Thanks for your help.
  6. Terms for what? You sell a product advertising wifi yet it doesn't work lol hello. Can I please have the return details. I've owned this for a month now. Or get somebody to PM me. Cheers. You've told us customers a fix is coming yet there's no fix, then go ahead and say you can't return after 30 days... dude that's pretty bad considering you are telling people wait a fix is on the way but if you wait too long and we don't provide a fix, as it's happening now that you are screwed.🙄🙄 I emailed the address listed in the tos. Thanks for your help. Sorry for hijacking your post Hayden.
  7. Been hearing that since the r1 about waiting for the next version... seriously though you might wanna think about getting the r apps sorted and fixed asap to be able to roll out fixes much faster. Im very close to returning my r2 aswell due to wifi just plain and simply not working or dropping out. In fact how do I go around doing this so I can get it organised? I need functional wifi for the kids and my mobile devices at home. Cheers
  8. Yeah nice thats the same as me, being able to have the servers details at hand to troubleshoot if iam having/seeing issues. Id recommend an asus ax86u that what ill be moving to shortly, the r2 just doesn't cut the cheese in regards to wifi, general stability and performance. My edgerouter x outperforms it and it costs $75 vs $250 for the r2. Goodluck mate
  9. Maybe better to return it mate. If it's not working for you which it isn't for some people. What reasons did you buy it in the 1st place. The Geo-Filter won't have any effect over here in Australia as we only have 1 location for all dedicated servers which is Sydney. If you need an advice for a router that helps with gaming I can help you no problems.
  10. Im not sure then mate, maybe a defective unit then. I have no issues with disconnects and I've got the same connection and isp as you. Do you have another place you can test this router at? @Netduma Alex maybe we need a wan release/reset button like the xr routers have. This would help people,I know it would help me.
  11. 5ghz has alot of issues, software is the fault. Channels appear and disappear in the list. It's just a mess I don't know how it made it out on release to be honest. 2ghz runs fine at 20mhz
  12. If you can't load the duma os itself during the dropout it could be a router issue. I'd suggest reinstalling the latest firmware followed by a factory reset both from the gui and the little reset button on the back of the router.
  13. I dont have any issues like this, best thing I can recommend to fix this is to use the aussieBB app kick connection twice and do a port reset if on fttn, do this after you've disconnected the router .Im with Aussie using same router and the dropouts stopped after those. Haven't had any wan issues since. Make sure you have disabled ipv6 in the lan and wan sections. Unless you are on the ipv6 beta with Aussie which I doubt I would disable them. Also those arent kernel panics, its for cache clearing which is a script set on a timer so the command is being called and then executed no issues.
  14. When you change the type hit the button to update bandwidth tree.
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