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Hey all, hoping someone can shed some light here. Every so often I log into my Netduma and in my device manager there are a bunch of unknown devices connected to my router. I block and delete these devices from the list each time but I would like to know how the heck they're connecting in the first place? A few minutes ago I just had to block and delete over a dozen random devices and I have no clue who they even belong to. My R1 is password protected. The serial number on the device is the password. I don't even talk to my neighbours or anyone in my neighbourhood for that matter so its perplexing to me that there would be so many random devices hooked up to it. Hope someone will have some answers, Thanks. Vile
R1 debug version 1.03.6h running on rb-951g-2hnd Hi all Im based in Australia and having some serious issues with my R1 i am a new user and just received the router over a week ago. I did have it all working and although it wasn't perfect i had all my devices connected to the internet via the R1, i was planning on making a post to try and achieve optimum settings but have run into such a dilemma that i can no longer use the R1 I have been trying multiple settings since last night and the R1 says it's connected to the internet (i'm writing this post) But when it comes to my xbox one, or any other device connecting its just a no go, last night the xbox was saying it was connected but i couldn't load any games or see who was online ect. (it basically said the same 7 friends were online all night and one of my friends signed out 1 minute ago which never changed) tried turning console off and disabling geo filter then turning console back on and it doesn't change anything. I have noticed that going into misc settings gives me the contact forum error and cloud setting constantly loading. Tried restarting the console as well but no luck. Also just got home to realise other devices such as my partners iphone says it cannot connect to internet. Also if i check both the xbox an PS services through the netduma it times out. I had it working before but for the life of me i can't figure this out. Please note that for some reason when i try and post FaST with an "@" it protects my email address? so i have just used a normal "a" to try make it less confusing. ISP: Belong uses Telstras Network i was using 20/2 in my Bandwidth setting but after seeing this (https://www.belong.com.au/internet-speed) page on my ISP website i have changed it to 20/.850 (is that right?) My setup is as follows: ISP (Belong) FaST 5355 Router (in DMZ mode with my R1 WAN IP) Connected to the Netduma R1 via a LAN ethernet port (am i supposed to be using the red WAN ethernet port?) Xbox One hardwired to R1 All other devices including laptop used to configure router connected via wifi (R1) Netduma R1 Interface settings: Preemptive Down Cap 100% Up Cap 100% Share Excess I had my xbox in hyper traffic but have removed it in hopes it would fix something and it didn't Host Filtering (enabled box) for my Xbox is unchecked When i go into device manager it gives me the blue box stating: We have detected you are connected to another router (as opposed to a modem). In most cases the Netduma R1 circumvents this, however, if a game detects closed NAT you may need to enable modem mode or DMZ. Click here for more information. I managed to DMZ the FaST 5355 using my R1 WAN IP which gave me an open NAT earlier on Have even tried using the factory settings on the R1 but no luck At this point the only device that's actually connected to the internet via the R1 is my laptop but even then it doesn't seem fully connected ie. I am able to surf te forums here and make posts ect but certain things will not load online, like When i go into settings/misc on the R1 interface i get the error (Please post issue on forum) which leads me to believe it not actually properly connected as i read in another thread the only thing that will cause that is not internet. When i try to check the status of the Playstation Network or the Xbox network they both timeout. Here's a few speedtest.net results (all tests were performed through the R1): All above tests were performed on the Melbourne Telstra server opposed to the Perth server (where i am actually located) as Belong advised me that there servers is the Melbourne one and that i will not get accurate results testing against the Perth Server. Heres a few http://speedtest.telstra.com tests: (Decided to just do 3 Perth server tests and 3 Melbourne tests to make sure the Belong was actually correct) Perth Testra Server: EDIT: NOTE ALL TESTS WERE DONE OVER WIFI! Last Result: Download Speed: 14720 kbps (1840 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed: 896 kbps (112 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency: 97 ms Jitter: 1 ms Packet Loss: -1% 3/22/2017, 2:09:14 PM --- Last Result: Download Speed: 14868 kbps (1858.5 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed: 955 kbps (119.4 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency: 97 ms Jitter: 1 ms Packet Loss: -1% 3/22/2017, 2:13:24 PM --- Last Result: Download Speed: 14775 kbps (1846.9 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed: 962 kbps (120.3 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency: 97 ms Jitter: 1 ms Packet Loss: -1% 3/22/2017, 2:16:53 PM --- MELBOURNE TELSTRA SERVER: Last Result: Download Speed: 16105 kbps (2013.1 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed: 1115 kbps (139.4 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency: 61 ms Jitter: 2 ms Packet Loss: -1% 3/22/2017, 2:18:32 PM --- Last Result: Download Speed: 16298 kbps (2037.3 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed: 1117 kbps (139.6 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency: 60 ms Jitter: 1 ms Packet Loss: -1% 3/22/2017, 2:19:48 PM --- Last Result: Download Speed: 16425 kbps (2053.1 KB/sec transfer rate) Upload Speed: 1133 kbps (141.6 KB/sec transfer rate) Latency: 61 ms Jitter: 0 ms Packet Loss: -1% 3/22/2017, 2:21:46 PM One thing that is confusing is on the ISP page (https://www.belong.com.au/internet-speed) it says: ADSL2+ broadband speed range: up to 20Mbps into the home up to 850 Kbps upload speeds But some of these tests exceed 850Kbps Like the last result i posted: Upload Speed: 1133 kbps (141.6 KB/sec transfer rate) Unless the transfer rate is the actual true rate that Belong quote (850Kbps) ??? Also did a couple tests on the google speed test? It just came up first when i searched speed test in google and when i clicked more info it sent me here: https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/6283840?p=speedtest&visit_id=1-636257608205208802-2928815349&rd=1 11.3 Mbps download 0.86 Mbps upload Latency: 80 ms Server: Sydney Your Internet speed is typical Your Internet connection should be able to handle streaming an HD video. If multiple devices are streaming video at the same time, you may run into some slowdowns. --- 12.6 Mbps download 0.87 Mbps upload Latency: 80 ms Server: Sydney Your Internet speed is typical Your Internet connection should be able to handle streaming an HD video. If multiple devices are streaming video at the same time, you may run into some slowdowns. --- Am i supposed to sensor the parts in TRACE like in this pic below? I also own these routers if the FaST 5355 is a pain in the ass to get this set up: FaST 4315 Telstra ADSL (Supplied by Belong) NETGEAR ADSL2+ 11n Wireless Voice Gateway DEVG2020 Belkin ADSL2+ 11n DECT IAD (Model: F1PI243EGau) ---- May be locked to iinet, im not sure as it has iinet printed on the front D-Link DSL-502T (Noticed it says, Up to 8Mbps High Performance Downstream which to my knowledge will be useless to me since my connection is 20Mbps Download) Someone please help me as i believe this is a great product and idea and want to see it flourish and understand the Netduma team are busy with NetdumaOS but at the moment i'm going to have to stop using the R1 as the only thing really connected to the internet on it is my laptop. I did factory reset the router but have changed to default password back to the password it was before i had the problems and still nothing will connect to the wifi so it's not that i have the wrong wifi pass. It seems to just sit on obtaining IP address on my Android Samsung s5 and then gives up. PLEASE SOMEONE HALP!