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  1. I have searched extensively for a solution on this, and none of the existing solutions resolve my issues. I am running a NightHawk XR300 on Verizon Fios. My current speeds coming out of the NightHawk fluctuate between 30 and 75mbps. I am paying for 400mbps. I have the CAT cable connected directly to the WAN port on the XR300. I borrowed a friends Verizon proprietary router and got speeds near 300mbps. I can connect devices directly to the CAT cable and achieve speeds near 400mpbs - when I ran a CAT 5e from the borrowed Verizon router to the XR300, then connected via Wi-Fi to the XR300, I still got 30-75mbps while the Wi-Fi from the Verizon router was pushing near 300. I am running the most up to date firmware, I have tired disabling QoS, enabling and disabling IPV6, I have tried manually setting the DNS and MAC . . . I have replicated the steps suggested in all of the forum threads that have been resolved to no avail. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Hi everyone! I've just upgraded my internet connection with a new ISP. The problem is that when I'm connected (ethernet) to the ISP router I get 700 Mbs download and 190 Mbs in upload, when I'm connected to my R2 I just get 90 Mbs in download and 40 in upload. I've already tried to disable anti-buffer bloat. Any suggestions on how to get full speed on my netduma R2? Thank you
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