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  1. yes I am aware i posted a catchy title, but thats far from being wrong. I dont know what is wrong with Duma OS but i am just about ready to revert back to the old software. I cant seem to get anything but hitmarkers in games when i know for a fact my connection should be solid. I have posted previously with excellent ping stats and near to no jitter at all. i live off a main fiber line and am able to have access to fiber service so i would find it hard to believe my isp is at fault since all my tests prove my isp is A+ quality. With Qos on i get excellent buffer bloat and an A rating, and C quality (to many retransmissions). Without qos on i get horrible buffer bloat (obviously the test will max out the buffer) and excelelnt quality. ive had sliders at 90/90 70/70 and ipv6 off and NOTHING fixes this stupid issue of having constant hitmarkers when i know i shouldnt have that. yes the host filter works fabulous, but sadly the rest sucks. , my speeds are way slower than anything and the wifi on the r1 is trash (sorry its an old standard i know). anyways whats a guy gotta do to get a A all across the board or better? BTW my idle lag is 20-30 ms.... kinda way higher than should be as well....just saying, ive hadd routers before with way less. It just seems like one way or another i cant catch a break and i was one of those excited for Duma OS. The old firmware was better to me consistently on a DSL connection.
  2. Hello this is how I get a triple A+ on the Netduma R1 I look at my modem speeds I then calculate 95% of that speed for the upload and download I then take off a Half a megabit for upload and download i then enter these speeds in the Netduma r1 I hit update no several times I don't think it a glitch it just the more you do it the better it seems to work I have my congestion control on reactive and 99% for the upload and download and I get constant triple A+ on DSL reports. This is how I work out my speeds I enter this into the browser. 95 % of 44.00 Which gives me a result of 41.8 I Then take off half a megabit Which you enter like this - 0.50 Into the calculator where you entered 41.80 Which gives me a final result of 41.3 You do this for the upload and download my congestion control is on reactive and the upload and download 99%
  3. Hi, I am a new user to netduma after reading all the great review about lag reduction in games. Being a avid 30 yr old gamer (when work and family permits) I was Experiencing a bit of lag, more recently with cod iw with those very annoying symbols on the left hand side. I have the 200mb virgin package but more realistic get about 95 down and 25 up. I bought the netduma and followed the steps and guide provided including putting my virgin super hub into modem mode. One note though is due to the house layout I have to use the netduma to Xbox one wirelessly rather than wired, however the latency from the router to the Xbox one, was more than manageable (about 40ms). I then applied the settings that are advised by netduma. However I noticed I was still getting the lag, more than usual. After extensive research on google, netduma forums and youtube (mainly sims and some other guy I can't recall) I went on dsl reports to do some testing. I got my 'buffer bloat' down to a B (best I could get it) by lowering my congestion control levels to 70/70 as suggested. I tried all the permutations I could think of and 15/20 gave me a buffer bloat of A but the rest D's. I then ran a speed test and I was getting 25 down and 4 up. I then ran cod iw and played a couple of games and the lag experienced made it unplayable. I have tried prioritisation for my Xbox and without and have tried turning on share excess and off. I don't actually know what else to do other than switch back to the virgin super hub and return the netduma (which I don't want to do). I am 80% sure this is probably my error, not netdumas and something simple but I can't seem to get my head around it. I can upload whatever you need to, wether it be screenshots or test results etc. Any help would be much appreciated.
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