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Hi I have a XR500 and the firmware is V220.127.116.11 I have no voice chat during games or lobbys. I have UNuP enabled, geo filter set to South Australia and 2500 KM so the radius is around the whole country. I have tried disabling SIP ALG, using dns 18.104.22.168/8.8.4 4 and mtg 1473 (worked on my old router but that's stuck in bridge mode and between the wall and netgear) I also tried dns 22.214.171.124/126.96.36.199 and no luck. I have tried almost everything I can find online but noting works. Was hoping some one knows a fix to this issue? Cheers P.
Hi. Suddenly and for no reason I cannot join anyone in a psn party chat when using the netduma. I have tried using another router with the exact same config as the netduma and it works fine either by using upnp or by port forwarding, but no matter what I do with the duma I cannot use party chat due to nat issues. However it works fine over wifi (but gaming over wifi is not an option). I have an open nat type in the game but this is a party chat issue and it is really starting to piss me off. Yes, I have done the standard reboot and reset of the netduma.
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...