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  1. Hey guys, Just wondering if there is a way to prioritise my PC's traffic while playing Warzone with the anit-bufferbloat while I have a VPN connected. Without the VPN I can just pop in the ports for Warzone and it prioritises my PC every time but as soon as I connect my VPN to a nearby city, it doesn't seem to recognise those ports anymore. I've looked into the hybrid VPN and connected my external VPN to the router, also adding those same ports the "dont run these ports through my VPN section" however, still didn't recognise my PC with that "red light" not coming on. Very frustrating not having warzone on the recognised games list.. Everything works perfectly when my VPN is disconnected but as soon as I turn it on, even a Zoom call on another device gives me lag and packet bursts. All with 100mbps! If anyone knows the way around this, it would be much appreciated! Thank you.
  2. I use a netgear nighthawk XR1000. I currently reside in Australia and I was wondering if the Geo Filter function in DumaOS is capable of being set up in a way that will help me connect to North American servers from Australia. Looking forward to some guidance on setting this up or providing info on if this can actually be done in the first place using the Geo filter function.
  3. So today we saw the new beautiful machine R2!! Congratulations guys!!! i have a lot of questions about that... you say that it will be release 6th August with the DumaOS 3.0. That means that we have also the DumaOS 3.0 that day?? On the XR routers?? I hope that you will not give a time exclusive on the R2... And now I want ONE honest answer... I must sell my XR500 to buy the R2???? Which is better?????
  4. Hello Friends, I am having a serious issue on Steam. Steam not recognize this installed game Call of Duty, when I opened Steam yesterday. I have no idea what to do? Any help guys..
  5. Currently located in the Northeast of the US, I am having trouble getting into any servers in the filters I create. I have tried deleting the device. Flush the cloud. Restart my PS4. Restart the router. Set the PS4 in the geofilter and turn it back on. When I try to load a game it defaults back to my local servers.
  6. After following this video on port forwarding and following each step as mentioned, my NAT type is still Strict. May someone please help me out, I'll actively be checking back on this post to see your replies. I'll try to provide as much information I can, thanks in advance. Modem: Ubee DVW32CB Router: Netgear Nighthawk XR1000 Download: 250mbps Upload: 25mbps Settings that I changed in the Netduma 3.0 OS, anything not on the list below was not changed from default. WAN Setup: NAT Filtering-Open LAN Setup: Reserved IP Address for Computer Wireless Setup: Enabled OFDMA for 2.4GHZ & 5GHZ Wireless Settings: Enabled MU-HIMO IPV6: Automatic UPnP: Advertisement Period- 15minutes QoS: Traffic Prioritization- Turned off "DumaOS Classified Games" Other Time Zone: PST Discord: Kyūsuke#5267
  7. I have previously reported mislocated servers in the past on the stickied thread but it seems that Geo-Filter still doesn't recognise/register when I set my home location to Singapore. The only workaround is to set my home location in the middle of the ocean with Ping Assist set to 20ms with the radius at a minimum 111KM. There are definitely servers in Singapore as my ingame latency is always 7ms. All other games show up fine on Ping Heatmap except for Call of Duty - CW, MW & Warzone. I am aware that the servers change often but is there going to be a fix to finally have Geo-Filter work as intended for CoD for the servers in Singapore?
  8. In this video I expose the huge problem Netduma has with server locations. They wont update it on a regular basis, making it so we can't find games consistently. Keep in mind we PAID A LOT OF MONEY for this "PREMIUM" routers. The servers are stacked on top of each other, taking out the whole point of geo fencing servers. This not only happens in Warzone it also happens in Fortnite and god knows which other games. WE NEED CONSTANT SUPPORT BECAUSE THE ROUTERS ARE SUPER EXPENSIVE AND THIS PROBLEM BEEN HERE SINCE FOREVEVER. When you check the IP adresses in the Geo Filter the location don't make sense, And the closest servers get blocked because of this problem. YOU NEED TO HAVE SOMEONE ON A PAYROLL THAT CAN BE ON TOP OF THIS ISSUE. And I forgot to mention in the video that the Sync Cloud option crashes the whole router. Imagine paying 800 bucks for a router that wont work unless you do a super deep research just to find out that someone at Netduma wont update netduma.mp4 server locations. Trying to find aliens is easier to do than making the router work as intended. I love you guys but things are getting outta hand
  9. Hello, I've got an XR500 and have used it to try and get lower ping on COD/ Warzone for a few months. For some reason, I'm still getting 'rubber-banding' and the occasional packet loss, as well feeling like my hit detrection is off. I've run numerous connection benchmark tests on my LAN and Wi-Fi 70down and 20up and get A+ for everything bar under load where my upload ping goes way over 200ms. I've got my QOS currently at 70/70 and I've scoured these forums to find a solution and tried virtually every possible solution. Just for reference, my setup is from the ONT to EE router, which then is wired into the XR500 that I've connected to both via wi-fi and LAN with no major difference between them. I've used a few traffic prioritization rules, which I'll post below, as well as other screenshots too. Any help is appreciated. Cheers EDIT: The PS5 and my laptop are the only active connections to the XR500, my laptop when I'm playing only had the Duma os running.
  10. Hello, I have been tweaking my setting for about 6 months dedicatedly for call of duty series with 2 isp and tons of different metohds. I had been struggling with ‘shoot first die first’ until I have found my solution to eliminate that. please be noted that this method is not going to be like ‘game changer’ or anything. I would say it could help you about 40% of times. If you get shot at the back, you would still die, as well if your aim sucks, you would die. the benefit I have found out was that I have been no longer in ‘instant death’ situations unless enemy pre-fire from corner first. I hope this helps and please do not judge me if my method doesn’t improve. Let’s start with some basic information my location: Thailand connecting to Singapore servers. Southeast Asia region server ping: Singapore - 35ms Japan - 110ms Australia server - 130 to 190ms Arab server - 170 to 190ms Europe server - 210 to 240 American server - 220 to 300 (depends on location in US) My ISP: 3BB and Ais E-Sport package My internet speed: 200/200 My hardware: PS4 Pro with DNS: 192.168.88.1 Asus router with DDWRT firmware Netduma R1 My setup method: this is the most important part that improve the game for me. I would say many people didn’t have this method and most ppl focusing on tweaking what inside netduma r1 and turned out it was meaningless no matter how much you tweak your netduma r1 here is the most important thing —> double qos and double upnp. Yes you hear it right. Let me explain how to do that below my setup method (cont.): Asus router DMZ with Netduma r1. Don’t bridge it because you won’t be able to do ‘double qos’ and ‘double upnp’ now Let’s talk about your main router. Most of your main router should have basic functions to turn on/off upnp and qos. You have to go through your main router and turn both on. That’s it and you are done now let’s talk about netduma r1 setting. Geo filter: put radius around my country. Cover only Singapore server. Use strict mode QoS Speed input: put your total Bandwidth only around 85% of your ISP package speed. For instance, my package is 200/200. I put only 170/170 Bandwidth percentage. Tick ‘Always’ I put around 2% both DL and UL. That makes total 3.4mb out of 170mb. So your total connection is throttled. Sidenote, please do this after you connect to lobby of Cod Mw game(after fetching profile done) Bandwidth allocation(the flower graph): prioritize 80% to your Playstation, both Download and Upload with share excess OFF Traffic Prioritization: disable it. You don't need it. Make sure nothing is check in the box. I have seen many people talking about port things here. I tried it many times even with caddy software. It is useless for me. Netduma Upnp: make sure it is on thats it you are done. Please post result here I would want to know as well if it worked for you guys
  11. Hi, Geofencing is not working...I don't see any servers playing Modern Warfare on PS5 (I've tried several radius configurations but still don't see anything) . Also it's not possible to flush the cloud as an error messages pop's up. This is my firmware on the XR300 1.0.3.56_10.3.41. The profile used for the device is Call of Duty and the device is set to "console profile" Any idea on how to fix the problem Thanks
  12. Device: R2 Version: 3.0.205 Title says it all. I live in Kansas and there are plenty of servers around me with decent enough ping (20-40), but over the course of about 20 warzone games or so I still have yet to have a game below 50 ping (best I've gotten was jumping between 50-70) and I am still getting small hitches/stutters every 5 seconds during gameplay. I put the ping assist at 0, and I have my range set to 800. Strict mode is on. Auto-Ping host is on. The only thing connected to the R2 is my PC so It is not congested, and I also have the bandwidth allocation set to gaming at 85. The Geofilter is cool, but the NA servers don't even pop up on it for me (sometimes the one in Europe will show up) and I am always having to use a peer connection. The only difference I've noticed since using the R2 is that it now takes longer to be put into a lobby, and instead of getting a decent ping every 2-3 games I now can't even get a game below 50 (20+ games and counting). Screenshot of connection benchmark is attached. I got a D on speed because its using a 1.0 gbps scale. I pay for 500 gbps so 358 is okay. If I am doing something wrong please let me know. I'm open to any and all suggestions. Thanks 🙂 Edit: My setup is Wall > ISP modem/router combo > R2
  13. I've seen multiple threads discussing the actual and correct use for the Netduma in regards Geo-filtering, ping assist, you name it. I understand exactly what the primary use is for the Geo-filter. It isn't designed to get you into "bot lobbies" and i'm not sure if Call of Duty's algorithm has the capability to take your server into account. Netduma's and gaming routers are frowned upon massively in the COD community, especially tournaments because of these so called "bot lobbies" - It's widely discussed on stream that playing in *or on* particular servers increases your likelihood of getting these bronze lobbies. 5+ K.D Ratio players are getting in the lowest percentage lobbies COD has to offer, how? They don't use other bot players, they can't tank their KD down, even if they did it'd still be much higher than the average gamer, so how are they doing it? My question is, what lobbies are they using? It can't be any EU based lobbies (the death communication chats are NEVER in any English speaking language) so where are these streamers connecting too? Are they using a VPN to force themselves into the Middle-Eastern servers (their ping doesn't suffer though) - Quite obviously there is a way to get these easier lobbies, so how are they doing it without suffering ping wise?
  14. After following this video on port forwarding and following each step as mentioned, my NAT type on LAN/Ethernet Connection is "Open" When the PC is the only device playing Cold War and it's on a LAN/Ethernet Cable connection, then the NAT Type would be "Open". However if the PC is the only device playing Cold War and it's on a Wifi connection then the NAT Type would be "Moderate". When the PS4 is the only device playing Cold War and it's on a Wifi and "Type 2" connection then the NAT Type would be "Moderate". When the PC & PS4 are playing Cold War at the same time then no matter what kind of connection the devices are on, both will always get a NAT Type: "Moderate" Note: I haven't tested LAN/Ethernet Cable PS4 since realistically that device won't have that type of connection normally. Adding the port forwarding rules has been the only way I have managed to get a NAT type on LAN/Ethernet Connection as "Open". Without the forwarding rules, I would get NAT Type "moderate" despite having the NAT Filtering on "Open" and UPNP enabled. (PC & PS4) How can I have the NAT type: "Open" while on a wireless connection? May someone please help me out, I'll actively be checking back on this post to see your replies. I'll try to provide as much information I can, thanks in advance. Modem: Netgear CM1000 V2 Router: Netgear Nighthawk XR1000 Download: 250mbps Upload: 25mbps Settings that I changed in the Netduma 3.0 OS, anything not on the list below was not changed from default. WAN Setup: NAT Filtering-Open LAN Setup: Reserved IP Address for Computer Wireless Setup: Enabled OFDMA for 2.4GHZ & 5GHZ Wireless Settings: Enabled MU-HIMO IPV6: Automatic UPNP: Enabled QoS: Traffic Prioritization- Turned off "DumaOS Classified Games" Other Time Zone: PST Discord: Kyūsuke#5267
  15. I've already done what e seen posted in here. Flushing the cloud, removing and re-adding the pc, changing the pc to PlayStation, the ip addresses are the same. Sometimes I will get it to work and ill get into 20 ping lobbies then next game it just doesn't work. Im in Seattle not sure why its placed me in the middle of America. I also dont understand how the server in Seattle/Vancouver is a 70ping but the server in Wyoming is 15 ping. Also don't get why Seattle will have a server one month then it'll disappear the next. I usally draw boxes around the states near me with the lowest ping if I add Washington into the mix I only get over 70 ping.
  16. I am wanting to set up traffic prioritization for my PC while playing Call of Duty Cold War. What is the best way to set this up? Thanks!
  17. Hi, im from germay and want only play in kuwait etc. My player ist pinging there but i cant find lobbys. please help
  18. Just saw that Call of duty is not supported for the Filtering mode settings on PC. Is there a workaround?
  19. I notice that Call of Duty Cold War is alomost all the time connecting to Host Type: Peer. I rarely get connected to Dedicated Servers. Is it just me or someone else is having similar issue? Any reason why its connecting to Host Type Peer almost all the time?
  20. So far I remember, I'm always connected to the dedicated servers in Poland. Is there no servers closer to the UK or within the UK? Even when I set Ping Assist to 0, i'm still getting connected outside of my geo-filter. The Ping-Heatmap also displays there is a server available in the UK with less than 20ms ping, yet I'm always connected to server in Poland which has around 70ms ping. Also, I always have a playe icon sitting right off the cost Ghana. I'm not sure if its just a mis-located servers and players or the geo-filter itself is not filtering out properly even with the 'Strict Mode' On. I've attached screenshot for the reference.
  21. Hi, I just bought a Nighthawk XR500 and I play Call of Duty Warzone on PS4 via Ethernet. I have a 200 MPBS Upload & Download Speed and i am constantly facing packet loss at the beginning of each game which makes the game unplayable. I thought changing the router would help, but it didn't. BTW I live in India and few of my friends who use the same ISP do not have the packet loss issue. Someone HELP ME OUT!!!!
  22. Hey there, i just received my Netduma R1 yesterday. I've completed each and every feature setup as well. But, the main problem I am facing right now is the speed issues. I got a 100 mbps up and down connection and at night the speed gets double to 200 mbps up and down. Currently while using this router I am getting around 30-40 down and 30 up and on PlayStation network it is up to 7-8 mbps down and 2-3 mbps up (also using Google dns to achieve this without Dns it is 3-4 down and 1 up). I even test it without the Netduma R1 and the connection is giving 100 down and 100 up (back to my original). P.S: I ordered this Router 50 days ago and the cost with taxes of my country it is around $700 USD. I'm really disappointed the way it is doing right now. P.S.S: I play Call of duty Modern Warfare online and bought this to reduce my ping and internet on PlayStation network. Looking forward to your reply.
  23. Hi I recently got the xr500 , went though all the setting geo filter and qos . I am getting high pings when im searching for a match on call of duty and also lagging. Can someone help me.
  24. Hey guys, I've been lurking on these forums for a while now though this is only the second time I've posted. Let me start by saying thank you to anyone and everyone whom takes the time to read this, even if you don't know what to make of it, or haven't a piece of helpful information to put forward. Let me also say I have learned so much about networking and technology over the last 3 years searching for a resolution to my problem, and for that I am thankful because I truly am passionate about technology and learning about the underlying mechanics that drive it and even allow it to operate. But with that said, I should have come here sooner looking for help but I'm stubborn and tend to be impatient, and posting in a forum to wait forever for a response seems unattractive as I have had not great experiences with posting on forums in general and receiving help. I'm also autistic and tend to be more of an introverted recluse, so asking for help isn't something that comes easy for me. A brief foot note I'll add in an effort to be as through and helpful as possible. My services are internet only 300/300 symmetrical. Provider of course being Frontier. Network topology is very simple which is as follows, Alcatel Lucent i-211m-l ONT - Nighthawk XR500 - LAN. I've gone down the list of simple common sense troubleshooting recommendations you'd expect from anyone with even the slightest inkling into networking such as, eliminating the possibility of a bad Ethernet cable, running ping plotters to check for oddities in line activity, even doing line quality checks at dslreports.com, and to no avail. From all that I can tell with ping plotter line quality appears great as you'd expect on a fiber optic connection. I can share results of dslreports line quality test or ping plotter if requested, but again no indication as far as I can tell that anything is a miss. One thing I will say though that strikes me as odd, and having read extensively on NAT, especially enjoying the comprehensive and meticulously written article Badmodems has on the subject. Full Cone, Partial Cone, and Port Restricted NAT being the most common ways NAT is implemented, it confuses me that when I forward a port to say my phone to check if it's actually being opened, then do a port scan from say canuseeme, sometimes I get a LAN access from remote in the logs indicating to me that a connection to said port was at least attempted, sometimes I don't, but it never says on the other end that it was successful. It either always says connection timed out, or port closed. Even with NAT Filtering set to open. Which bothers me more than a little. I've also read a little about Teredo regarding Xbox and how Microsoft handles NAT and the implications of needing players to have the ability to connect to one another. I definitely have a few questions regarding that and possibly what Sony's version of Teredo is. My problem has followed me across two ISP's and two routers for three years now. First with spectrum using a Nighthawk R7000, and a Arris Surfboard cable modem I purchased to entirely eliminate ISP equipment from the equation. Now with Frontier Fios, an Nighthawk XR500 and a direct connection to an Alcatel-Lucent i-211m-l ONT. The common denominator being Netgear Nighthawk routers. The issue I'm experiencing is strange to say the least. Every device I own and use I experience "lag" or latency when using said device. A list of those devices includes an Xbox one X, PlayStation 4 Pro, Asus ROG Phone 2, Razer Phone 2, Dell Laptop, and many more I won't arbitrarily list. Suffice it to say it's anything and everything I use. Alongside a very high latency when using any of these devices is a strange phenomenon, where I feel like things on the screen are almost warping and changing size, almost the way say a scaling feature would work. And with that also comes this odd two dimensional quality everything from games to YouTube videos exhibit. To elaborate on that a little more, as a for instance when I am not experiencing the issue (which is very rare) things look amazing in games, be it on my ROG phone 2 playing PUBG Mobile, or on my PlayStation 4 Pro playing Call of Duty. It's like the textures are so alive with depth and detail and the colours appear so much more vibrant, intricate, and present. Strangely enough, I would describe the issue I have with audio in a very similar manner, where all the detail and nuance is gone. I can't hear enemy players in things like PUBG Mobile or Call of Duty for the life of me (literally lol) until it's too late or I'm dead. Sensitivity in games is also very inconsistent, and never feels the same. Whether it's the touch screen of my phone, keyboard and mouse, or a controller. YouTube videos appear pixilated and blurry almost, lacking in visual and audible information. Players in games like Blackout and PUBG Mobile are very difficult for me to spot. And distances are very difficult to gauge, where it seems like things on the map, be it players or objects, appear farther away than they should be. Things like my wingsuit in Blackout are consistently pixelated and fail to properly render in. And lighting and shadows are also very strange with things appearing darker than they should be sometimes, like shaded areas and inside of buildings. Sometimes I'll walk into a structure for instance, like long barn in Blackout right beside red barn, by wagers and silo and it will be dark and oddly lit and suddenly the lighting will change where I can see and it's lit up the way it should be. There are other oddities such as haptic feedback being horribly inconsistent across the board on every Android device I've owned in the last three years. And typing feels very slow and tedious, with what I would also describe as a "lag" or latency regarding the input of characters and haptic response to hitting a key. Again, when things are working properly the small percentile of the time they do, this is not the case and everything feels so responsive and it's effortless to type things out. And on a $1000.00usd phone sporting a Snapdragon 855+ , Adreno 640 GPU, Cortex A-76 architecture, and a prime core clock speed of 2,960 MHz, I would hope the very least I should expect to be a responsive keyboard lol ;D. Anyway I've rambled long enough, and apologize for being long winded. To anyone who reads this, let me thank you once again for doing so regardless of whether you have some helpful piece of wisdom to offer or not. I'm at my wit's end with this issue and it's causing me to go to some very dark places psychologically, so any help is most certainly appreciated. Again from the bottom of my heart, thank you.
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