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  1. I have the NetDuma R2 and a Hitron Coda-4582 modem/router combo from my ISP (Vyve Broadband). Short version, I can't put the Hitron in Bridge Mode or IP Passthrough without causing insane ping spikes and packet loss across the whole network, not even the NetDuma can control it. It's a problem before my home network that should be resolved within the next few month BUT in the meantime here's what I have to work with.... Hitron -WiFi disabled -Firewall disabled -DHCP Static IP set for R2 -UPnP is On -Cat6 plugged into R2 WAN Port R2 -UPnP and DHCP are ON -R2 WAN IP in Hitron Modem's DMZ -WAN Network set to DHCP -R2 is only device plugged into Hitron modem Essentially I'm still getting double NAT etc. blah blah blah same old sob story. Question is, should I disable DHCP, UPnP, "SIP ALG" on the Hitron Modem? Or should I setup the R2 as an AP, plug the Cat6 into one of the LAN ports and disable these settings on the R2? All the digging I've done just returns vague suggestions and theories, and this is a bit outside of my knowledge in Networking. Goes without saying, the goal here is to get rid of double NAT and then obviously to achieve the best performance, lowest latency possible with what I have to work with until the ISP fixes the Upstream issues
  2. Hi All, I've seen a few folks asking about what I'm doing but they're generally attaching a gaming console under the AP and not a PC, which is where I'm wanting to clarify using the DMZ or not... I have ISP problems, 1000 down / 30 up over coax but with signal noise and weakness in a large condo building (it's a long road getting them to address fixing it), so I'll show packet loss and ping spikes with moderate amounts of line load. For whatever reason, my Warzone hit detection is way happier with FQ-CODEL on a crappy DD-WRT router with bandwidth throttled down than it is on the XR1000. Even with similar Ping Plotter results via the XR1000 QoS, the hit detection and responsiveness are night and day for whatever reason with the DD-WRT's FQ-CODEL... Don't ask me why, but I promise it's not placebo. I'd like to use the XR1000 for wifi and routing for all devices other than my gaming PC, while having access to the geofilter for the (wired) PC but using the R6700v3's QoS setup... I'm going for is this... WAN -> XR1000 -> R6700v3 -> Gaming PC I was able to set this up no issue following this for the R6700v3 (https://wiki.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Wireless_access_point), except turning off the radios since it's only an AP for the gaming PC. However most of the comments I see for similar setups here say to put the R6300v3 into the XR1000's DMZ to avoid double nat... When I did that initially I was getting flooded with Remote Access attempts to my R6700v3... If this were a game console at the end of that router I wouldn't sweat it, but since it's a PC (albeit just an expensive COD box at this point), that seems a bit scary to see all those IP crawlers poking my AP. So do I not need to worry about this, as there's a second layer of protection at the DD-WRT router and those pings should be going nowhere, or should I never place that in the DMZ of the XR1000 since the end client is a PC? Is there any way to have the R6700v3 in the DMZ without it being broadcast for all those remote access attempts? Appreciate any info!
  3. Bonjour, J'ai Orange en Fibre, y a t il un tutorial pour ajouter mon routeur XR500 en plus de la livebox (Parceque la gestion QOS ne marche pas avec la fibre Orange ce que j'ai compris ): livebox v4 (DMZ) => XR500 Il faudrait que je configure la livebox et le XR500 ? Le GEO filtre sera fonctionnel ? Je vous remercie
  4. Hello, I have my modem connected to my R2 router. In Network Settings> UPnP: I am listing my PC fixed IP address with only one port open, that being 3074. UPnP is on. In Network Settings> Port Forwarding: I had my PC fixed IP address with rules set for the additional ports I require open. I am only getting Moderate NAT type in Warzone. It was mentioned earlier in another post that I may have to activate my DMZ. Am I to put my PC fixed IP address in the box? and will this make my PC insecure? Are there any other options I can look to change on my modem that might allow the required ports to appear open on my R2. I already tried removing the Port Forwarding rules on the R2 to see whether it would make any difference, but it hasn't. Also, I have tried turning off UPnP and entered the ports to Port Forwarding and again nothing. One final thing. When I log in to the interface, DUMA OS treats each login as a first time and annoyingly displays the help overlays for each tab. Again, a suggestion was made referring me to bookmark the page in my web browser. This hasn't helped. Thank you. Any help would be appreciated.
  5. Hello, I have recently bought NetGear XR500 and I ran into issue with tunnelbroker I'm routing IPv6 threw Raspberry PI based on this guide https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=88054 However I no longer can get IPv6 connection no matter of the settings even with DZM enabled to my PI I just get timeout like some firewall is blocking it on router side. If I connect my old ISP router it works no problem so not sure what I'm doing wrong as even radvd cannot connect with XR500 I tried every signgle option in Advanced Settings to enable IPv6 but even without it I still should get PI working itself with IPv6. Did anyone was successful with setting tunnelbroker on this router as I'm out of ideas even created new tunnel to make sure old one didn't brake anything.
  6. I'd say my knowledge is above average when it comes to tech/internet stuff. I can usually troubleshoot pretty well given I can Google almost anything. But I've completely exhausted my resources and don't know what to do anymore. For starters, here's what I got. I have the 1000 down package from Cox. I have their modem/router plugged to the wall. And my XR500 plugged into their modem/router. Then I have my PS4 wired into the XR500. I've moved plenty of times in the past and have had numerous routers. So setting up internet isn't new to me. I forwarded the ports needed for Modern Warfare on PS4 and it still didn't make my NAT Type Open in-game. I made sure UPNP is enabled. I have geo filter turned off. I resetted everything multiple times. I'm beginning to think this is a Nighthawk issue and not a PS4 issue. I never had a problem with routers getting over Moderate NAT even if there's a modem/router in-between them and the internet. I know turning on Bridge mode on the modem/router might alleviate that issue but I never had to do this in the past and even Netgear doesn't recommend turning on Bridge mode. I also don't know how I feel about using DMZ servers. I've never done it before but I read that it makes my internet more vulnerable to attacks. Something I also noticed is my game lagging more. I play competitive so I'm in custom games lobbies 90% of the time. I would get noticeable lag spikes where my game freezes for 5 seconds and I would end up somewhere else in the map (usually dead). No one else is experiencing this in the lobby. There's also a noticeable delay/lag with my bullets actually landing on the opponents. And I know this can mean several things but if I can notice it with just a day of playing with people in similar servers then I feel it's legitimate. It's my first time using Duma OS so I won't be surprised if I did something wrong with it. If anyone with more experience can help then I'd greatly appreciate it.
  7. Hi to everyone! i am wondering if anyone has put the PS4 on DMZ to get nat type 1. In that case the functions of the XR 500 like port forwarding, port triggering, traffic priority, ABB and QoS are still working? If anyone did this how is experience on CoD? The same, worst or better?
  8. so my isp is cox and let me tell you their panoramic gateway is horrible every time i hook up the r1 and put the gateway in bridge mode or dmz the r1 the internet speeds drop from 150 mbps download and 10 mbps upload to inconsistent speeds like 70 mbps download and 887 kbps upload resulting in crazy packet loss currently i have the gateway set to its defaults and the r1 behind it but now my ports are not able to open so i cant chat with friends any suggestions? thanks in advanced duma army. Also I do believe that it's worth mentioning if you have a setup similar to mine to check if your gateway or router does the same. First check your internet speeds via the console i the reason i recommend the consoles test is simply because i would see drops in my speed on the console but would sometimes not see that same drop when testing from my laptop. After you run the test via console factory reset the gateway or router to it's defaults i wouldn't do it via the button on the back of the router sometimes the settings wouldn't reset but the router would restart so i recommend factory reset via internet browser. from here you can you can run another test on your console from your gateway or the duma hooked to your gateway i found that i got the same speeds for both which were 176 mbps down and 14mpbs up pretty much every test when i didn't get those speeds it was my advertised speeds. Now i played a lot of fornite but the gaming experience was horrible because i would have packet loss through the whole game and it caused jerking,skipping,and everything in between. since resetting i have not had packet loss one time on fortnite or any other game for that matter and my gaming experience has been awesome for 2 months so i would also recommend you guys to go into fortnite before your reset and turn on your connection meter see what happens before and after the reset(i say factory reset because after using dmz or bridge mode simply turning it off didn't fix the issue and i've tried it numerous of times the only cure was a full factory reset) . initially i was strictly a cod player and i would often look at their connection meter but the meter never detected packet loss but i would be jerking etc so fortnite is a good source to use. this method should be tried even if you don't have a r1 but you have a device in dmz mode or have a setup that calls for bridge mode. let me know your results very interested to see if i could help out the duma army.
  9. I've started experiencing multiplayer and nat issues ever since i changed out my gateway. My original netgear adsl router gave me no problems for the past 3 months since i got the netduma however when I replaced the netgear with my old huawei adsl router I started getting double NAT. Tried to rectify this by changing dmz settings etc. Did not work called huawei support only for them to tell me my router is not compatible with double ds. Put back my old netgear router and nat opened up for about 2 to 3 hours. Then I started getting teredo ip problems. I have tried enabling upnp on the netduma as well as wifi workaround to no avail. Need help as this is really frustrating as the only way i can play online with friends is if i connect directly to my adsl router which renders the netduma useless and a very expensive ornament. Please help
  10. Well I bit the bullet and I am giving the Xr500 another chance. If I put the PS4 in the DMZ will the router still do what it is intended to do with the anti bufferbloat and QOS prioritization settings? Or does the DMZ override all that? I will work with you guys and see if I can actually enjoy everything this has to offer along with enjoying my games!
  11. Hello guys I've been trying to get rid of this blue closed nat window in device manager tab but I seriously can't find out how. I saw some youtube/netduma guides but nothing works 😕. I'm not using netduma for any consoles only pc's-phones. I tried different things on my isp's modem/router but no results. My isp modem/router is speedport entry 2i. From what I heard there's no "modem only" option. These are the options I get in the DMZ and Port Forwarding tabs. Any help appreciated.
  12. Hi there, I have a little issue here. First of all, I have a BT TV box that works fine most of the time but when using the netduma and openreach modem everything works like on demand but not the live internet channels like comedy central. However, if I swap out out the two with just the BT smart hub then it works without issue. My question is, if I want to use the BT TV with netduma do I have to use the BT smart hub for its modem by adding the netduma to the DMZ table? Also, if that would be what I need to do then could I please have some help setting it up with the netduma as I am having trouble doing so. I tried following the bt homehub 4/5 setup guide but can hardly get past the first step with the smart hub. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I'm banging my head against the wall because of this BT TV box crap. Thanks, Adam.
  13. Hello everyone! Just got my NETDUMA yesterday and already enjoyed some improved gameplay on WWII, so naturally I want to see how much better it can be. Console: XBOX1 ISP: Xfinity Download: 45 mbs Upload: 12 mbs Location: Midwest, USA Saw pings around 12-25ms Alright so I would like some clarification on a couple of questions. I have been doing my research for sure, but I am getting mixed answers. I am currently getting the "we detected another router" message so I would was thinking about adding my wan ip into the DMZ of my isp Modem Router, but this leads me to my questions. Does the "We detected another router" message matter if I have an open Nat? (I used to always get "open", didn't retest after setting up netduma with geofilter off) Is putting my wan ip into the DMZ "Safe." I understand the Netduma has a firewall, but is it considered adequate protection. Is there any point to this if you leave UPnP enabled? (I saw someone who suggested using Port Forwarding for xbox live and leaving UPnP enabled in the netduma.) Is there any drawback/benefits to port forwarding vs UPnP other than attempting to achieve an OPEN NAT How good is 12-15 ping? Is there any benefits to bridge mode? I shut off the WIFI of my xfinity router/modem, but did not put it in bridge mode. Should I give my xbox a reserved IP? I am well aware that you can google bridge mode, DMZ, UPnP and each term, but I have read for hours now and am still having trouble how they all relate to each other, which is preventing me from finding the right balance for my setup. Everything is working, but I am just trying to maximize my experience and knowledge. Thank you all in advance for time spent answering my questions.
  14. Comme indiqué dans le superbe tutoriel (merci !) : http://forum.netduma.com/topic/20615-si-vous-souhaitez-configurer-vous-m%C3%AAme-votre-netduma-ou-loptimiser-au-mieux-cest-ici/ - J'ai connecté tous mes périphs sur la R1 - J'ai connecté la R1 sur la Freebox Revolution - J'ai mis une IP fixe pour ma R1 (via DHCP) - J'ai mis cette IP dans la DMZ de ma FreeBox Tout marche comme il faut et j'ai pu faire tous les réglages. Plus de lag ou autre sur la PS4 même quand netflix marche à la maison ! Par contre quand je vais dans device Manager, j'ai le message "We have detected you are connected to another router (as opposed to a modem)." Pourquoi ???? David
  15. The Instructions on DMZ/Portforwarding did not set me to an OPEN NAT Type... The issues are as follow... with GEO Filter disabled (not even set up yet)... I still continue to receive a Moderate NAT Type on COD Infinite Warfare. I tried Opening Ports instead and that seemed to work. The Port that OPENs ALL and is a BE ALL is 3074. That doesn't inherently fix that NAT type issues however that exist with PSN Chat. If I forego the NetDuma R1 and use the Router (Linksys AC1200+) or any notable Gigabit router for that matter I don't have any of those issues with PSN Chat (PORT ISSUES). Even though I've placed the Netduma on DMZ it's not behaving as if it was on the DMZ... I tried this with the Actiontec MI424WR I as well with the same negative results... It's quite frustrating to think that this "WORLDS" greatest gaming router can't handle two of the most COMMON routers, 1 being the MOST common in American Households today given that it operates Verizon FIOS in Northern America. MY ISP is Verizon FIOS 300/300 and I can't even utilize the full network features because for some reason whether it be firewall/layer/firmware not even bridging fixes the issue... I've concluded that Port Forwarding Opens the ports but DMZ a conventional solution on typical routers connected to modems that works 100% of the times does not work on a router-router configuration... I've exhausted many hours and pages upon pages of support and text... Yet to no avail have found no solution to this... You need a firmware update desperately to append these negative results...
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