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  1. I have the NetDuma R2 and a Hitron Coda-4582 modem/router combo from my ISP (Vyve Broadband). Short version, I can't put the Hitron in Bridge Mode or IP Passthrough without causing insane ping spikes and packet loss across the whole network, not even the NetDuma can control it. It's a problem before my home network that should be resolved within the next few month BUT in the meantime here's what I have to work with.... Hitron -WiFi disabled -Firewall disabled -DHCP Static IP set for R2 -UPnP is On -Cat6 plugged into R2 WAN Port R2 -UPnP and DHCP are ON -R2 WAN IP in Hitron Modem's DMZ -WAN Network set to DHCP -R2 is only device plugged into Hitron modem Essentially I'm still getting double NAT etc. blah blah blah same old sob story. Question is, should I disable DHCP, UPnP, "SIP ALG" on the Hitron Modem? Or should I setup the R2 as an AP, plug the Cat6 into one of the LAN ports and disable these settings on the R2? All the digging I've done just returns vague suggestions and theories, and this is a bit outside of my knowledge in Networking. Goes without saying, the goal here is to get rid of double NAT and then obviously to achieve the best performance, lowest latency possible with what I have to work with until the ISP fixes the Upstream issues
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