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  1. Don't know if this possible or not but I would love to see a feature like smart queue management in the future of Duma OS. The current qos is wonderful and allows plenty of opportunity to experiment with your connection to find what's best for you, but for users that just want to hop on and game while ensuring latency and bufferbloat is low sqm would be amazing. I'm thinking maybe we can have an option to disable the cc slider and flower and select the sqm feature then simply input the expected speeds from the isp. If sqm isn't giving you great results, then simply disable and reenable the cc slider and flower.
  2. Hi Hoping for some advice on an optimal setup please, I've had a read through the docs but can't figure out the best approach. Basically, all I want is to ensure that if im gaming, the vast majority of bandwidth is directed here, with everything else just getting the bandwidth it needs as required. Before I'd read the documentation, I had changed the bandwidth allocation to about 90% for gaming, however this made every other device practically unusable - I thought this meant that it would give 90% *when* i was gaming, but it seemed to always have 90% of the bandwidth hogged even if the console was off. Having read through some docs, Ive now enabled 'Auto-enable' under congestion control. I have also added the games console under traffic prioritization. I've reset 'Bandwidth allocation' and everything is 10% - is this still going to have the same effect as before? For example, will the categories now be limited to 10% regardless in the same way gaming was hogging the bandwidth before? Is there a way of turning bandwidth allocation off? Congestion control and traffic prioritization sound like they should do the job. Thank you! Adam
  3. While updating my dns servers with the xr500 I stumbled upon within the advance settings tab QOS tagging options. I understand that the router does it’s job with it’s built in QOS services but what about DSCP and WMM tagging within the console? Do I leave them unchecked? Does using them at the same time as the xr500 QOS being active cause issues? Can they run at the same time? https://gaming-age.com/2022/05/xbox-may-update-includes-ability-to-create-share-view-stories-in-the-xbox-app-qos-tagging/amp/
  4. priority tags for your gaming experiences with Quality of Service (QoS) Tagging (read section 2 below) https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2022/05/03/may-xbox-update-create-share-view-stories-xbox-app/ what does (in supported games) mean?
  5. FullSizeRender.MOV With all the router tweaking, qos and whatnot. One thing I have just found out and it was very very plain simple. I have been adjusting, tweaking, qos heavily. Bought various brand of routers(6 routers!) for the test. and it has come to this conclusion based on my test. you take my main point seriously and it is very simple and I hope it reminds someone to realize. “if you are using Fibre Optic and your internet bandwidth is high enough (let’s say 500mbps+), just do nothing. Leave as it is default. I had my netduma QOS disable. Just dmz to your console” by doing this, you will get realtime hit detection and probably less instant killed than using QoS based on my test qos do nothing but affect your gameplay experience. QoS only works when you have limited bandwidth. Let’s put it less than 100mbps with numbers of congested devices. My friends on cable/vdsl still need qos because of its stability currently I am using asus TUF ax5400 with no qos setup. Just dmz to netduma for geofilter and consoles connected to netduma. My bandwidth package is 600/50, fibre optic I am connected to Singapore servers with ping of 30-40 been doing this and now my kd is rised to 3.68 i dont have issues with weapons with low bullet velocity anymore
  6. Hi peeps, I’ve finally got my hands on a PS5 and (maybe) a significant observation I’ve made, as far as lag-busting DumaOS is concerned, is that full WAN throughput is granted to game downloads and updates, regardless of games currently being played. Let me explain… I have a solid VDSL2 connection of 60Mbps down 15Mbps up and a base ping of around 9ms. It’s not the fastest connection in the world by any stretch of the imagination, but it’s been constant and rock solid for over 20 years. Previously on the PS4, I could download a game (or an update to a game) at full 60Mbps throughput. However, when I launched a game, that download speed would quite aggressively be capped at maybe 10Mbps. I assume this was PS4’s own QoS working (or possibly a hardware limitation), but frankly pings during gaming sessions while background downloads were in progress, were great on PS4. Currently on the PS5, background downloads do not seem to have this throttling. My full 60Mbps throughput continues uncapped while playing games, and pings can often shoot up to around 80-120ms because of buffer bloat. If you have a super-duper high speed connection then that’s great, because any degradation to pings will be short lived, but for people on slower connections when games might take many hours to download, this might be an issue. Not sure how DumaOS could manage this with both gaming traffic and downloads going through the same LAN IP but though I’d mention it anyway. ----- [Edit]: Good luck England!
  7. Hello, i have done the auto setup and wondering whether it is good or not. I was thinking of doing 70 percent for download but not sure if theres any point. I dont know if its better for the line to be as flat as possible, like doing the advanced and making the max ping spike to 5ms? Any feedback would be appreciated.
  8. Hey guys, I just wanted to now if there was an fix for the qos Upload issue if u're using your xr1000 as the pppoe. I'm just curious.
  9. I have the XR500, the latest firmware having DumaOS 3.0 (2.3.2.130). I have my Up/down speeds at 80% (9.6/95). Although, when downloading anything on my PC the speeds are downloading at full bandwidth, which dramatically reducing the ability of other devices, including my PC , to utilize the internet. I am not sure why my PC is exempt from the QoS as every other device is being affected properly. My consoles download games at set speeds too. Any ideas from the community as to why this is happening and is there a solution? Thanks for any help!
  10. Qos rapp not loading. Games laggy and full of packet loss/burst. I've read the forums, tried reboots and a complete reset but still doesn't work.
  11. Hi All, I've seen a few folks asking about what I'm doing but they're generally attaching a gaming console under the AP and not a PC, which is where I'm wanting to clarify using the DMZ or not... I have ISP problems, 1000 down / 30 up over coax but with signal noise and weakness in a large condo building (it's a long road getting them to address fixing it), so I'll show packet loss and ping spikes with moderate amounts of line load. For whatever reason, my Warzone hit detection is way happier with FQ-CODEL on a crappy DD-WRT router with bandwidth throttled down than it is on the XR1000. Even with similar Ping Plotter results via the XR1000 QoS, the hit detection and responsiveness are night and day for whatever reason with the DD-WRT's FQ-CODEL... Don't ask me why, but I promise it's not placebo. I'd like to use the XR1000 for wifi and routing for all devices other than my gaming PC, while having access to the geofilter for the (wired) PC but using the R6700v3's QoS setup... I'm going for is this... WAN -> XR1000 -> R6700v3 -> Gaming PC I was able to set this up no issue following this for the R6700v3 (https://wiki.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Wireless_access_point), except turning off the radios since it's only an AP for the gaming PC. However most of the comments I see for similar setups here say to put the R6300v3 into the XR1000's DMZ to avoid double nat... When I did that initially I was getting flooded with Remote Access attempts to my R6700v3... If this were a game console at the end of that router I wouldn't sweat it, but since it's a PC (albeit just an expensive COD box at this point), that seems a bit scary to see all those IP crawlers poking my AP. So do I not need to worry about this, as there's a second layer of protection at the DD-WRT router and those pings should be going nowhere, or should I never place that in the DMZ of the XR1000 since the end client is a PC? Is there any way to have the R6700v3 in the DMZ without it being broadcast for all those remote access attempts? Appreciate any info!
  12. Hi, I just updated to the new firmware for the R2 and for some reason QoS won't load. When I try to open it a few moments later I get a message saying "the Rapp is not loaded yet please try again in a minute." I've already factory reset the router twice as well as done a normal reboot.
  13. So, for my understanding about the QoS, if it is set to AUTO, will be triggered as soon as I start a game lets say on my Xbox Series X. And until this point everything is kinda easy to understand. But my question then is: What will happen if I hybrid Vpn my Xbox Series X? (trough netduma rapp of course) Infact It will create kind of a paradox where the Xbox Series X is routed through Vpn so not recognized by QoS as an Xbox Series X so the Qos wont be triggered making itself useless.. Right? Right??!😰
  14. I live in San Francisco, practically right next to a server that is on the geo-filter, however i can never find a match very quickly/the ping in the game is always, any tips on getting fast searches and also low ping games since i am right next to the server thanks guys
  15. Hi Netduma guys, I am currently having issues streaming some services like HBO Max and Disney+. I want to configure the traffic prioritization for these two services but they are not in the list, I wanted to know how I could configure these services in traffic prioritization selector advance. If you can help me with this it would be great, Thanks, Exodia
  16. Hi, I have the XR1000 Netgear Nighthawk router firmware version 1.0.0.52. I have traffic priority on for DumaOS classified games on and it does not prioritize Call of duty or Call of duty Warzone. I run any sort of download or speed test on another device my ping sky rockets and the traffic priority does not come on. I know the priority works because if I load up Apex Legends and do the same tests the priority comes on and my ping stays nice and low. I have congestion control on as well and have played around with this. I have 500 download and 20 upload. I have my device slider dragged 65% on upload and 25% on download (not that this should matter as much as the packet priority I have it on anyways). It isn't my device because it will prioritize my brothers PC on Apex which I have set lower on the the download and upload slider and it still has 0 congestion and prioritizes that game. is there any way I can get traffic priority on Call of Duty Warzone? It does not give priority on Call of Duty Modern Warfare (multiplayer) either. How can I get priority for Warzone? One other thing, in the logs every once in a while it will stay DOS attack: Fragile Attack, and most of the time the internet shuts off, and I have to reboot the router to get it to come back up. This is quite annoying, should I be worried that it is an actual DOS attack, and how do I stop the router from cutting out and coming back up? This interrupts my live streams. I reset both my device IP and my WAN IP and this has stopped the cut offs from happening. I am using Dynamic IP and have not had a problem with a drop out since. It is not my provider as I have contacted them plenty, modem stays up and does not drop out, 0 packet loss whatsoever, but seemed like I needed to power cycle the router quite often. Thank you for your time, please let me know of solutions. -Riley
  17. OK so I’ve had the XR1000 for some time now and it’s been great, solved all of my poor WiFi issues, but CC and QoS have been flaky. My setup is a Netgear DM200 modem -> XR1000. 40Mb/10Mb. Latest firmware 1.0.0.52. I’ve tried using congestion control mainly due to having several consoles and people streaming in the house, and if one of my consoles decides it’s gonna update a game while I’m mid game on Siege, my ping goes crazy. so I tried CC and let it do the Auto configure, though every single time I make a change in the QoS menu, it tells me that the Rapp is taking longer than expected and to wait a while. This happens every time, and I don’t believe it’s actually managing to make the changes or apply the settings. The auto config found a 56% download and 60% upload was ideal, and I set it to always, but I started a download, Speedtest etc, and please correct me if I’m wrong but I assumed that if this was set to always, then the max speed any device can use is the 56% which translates to 22Mb in my case? Even QoS doesn’t really work, since my Xbox can hog the entire connection, and when I start a YouTube video it buffers like crazy? Most other features seem to work ok in every other Rapp menu, but QoS just tells me it’s taking too long and I don’t trust that it’s doing what’s it’s supposed to.
  18. Hi, I just bought the XR1000 and want to use it for playing fifa 21. I'm located in Australia Perth, and the nearest Fifa 21 servers are in Sydney at the AWS datacenters. I've currently using the Netgear Nighthawk D7800 Modem/Router for my NBN connection and using the XR1000 as my router. My PS4 Pro is wire connected to the XR1000 via a Cat8 cable. The issue I have is when I use geo-fencing via the Polygon Method or without and just geo fencing, when trying to play Fifa 21 FUT Friendlies it searches for games in europe/Brazil/US and not in Australia/Sydney. The Ping goes through the roof. However when playing Div Rivals it seems to work and only restricts the connections to Australia/Sydney/Perth Below is my setup My QoS Any help on this would be great. I bought the router specifically for this reason.
  19. My ISP package I am paying for is 1000/750 (1gig down, 750 up) on my modem I’m getting (1.09gb down, 812 up) I have Bell fiber for my bandwidth speeds on the R2 I set them to 950 down and 750 up, congestion sliders are 85% download and 99% upload, bandwidth allocation I’m using by devices when I watch YouTube on my iPhone XR anything above 1080p buffers every 3 minutes basically unwatchable, what have I done wrong? If I switch to my ISPs WiFi it’s enjoyable I can watch 2160p go to any part of the video and it’ll play instantly but I can’t do that on the R2. What have I done wrong? With the speeds I’m paying for I should be able to play any YouTube video and be fine
  20. Top picture are sliders at 70/70 bottom picture is sliders at 70/72 with bandwidth at 950 down 750 up, my modem reporting speeds of 1.09gb down and 812 up. I was wondering to get the lines straighter do I move the sliders upwards so 70+ or lower so under 70? Any recommendations on settings?
  21. 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.
  22. Hi everyone. I made all the settings of netduma R2. I determined the area with the polygın mode from the geo filter and i play between 35-45 pings on the fixed frankfurt server.( i play destiny 2 and apex legends.) But i still get lag from certain players in the game. i shot at player but my fire is not counting or the man is teleporting due to lag. i tried auto setup QoS than tried 70-70 QOS but nothing changed. My Connection test is always A+. i enabled DMZ for PS5. i also enabled DMZ from the modem for the router. But in away than i dont understand, the players are still lagging. Please help me !
  23. Re-posting from chat... I pre-ordered a Netduma R2 months ago, and after long shipping delays to UK for port / shipping container reasons, it finally arrived 2 days ago and I've set it up. However the connection is constantly dropping and leaving no devices with any internet at all. The only fix is unplug the router and plug it back in again... which is pointless. I've read through the forums and tried all the recommended fixes by other experienced users (increasing lease time to 168 hours, downgrading to previous firmware, factory resets etc.) and nothing is resolving the issue. Also the QoS does not seem to be working properly, it is making every single device run very slowly, much worse than before when I was just using the ISP router... Very disappointing, can someone please help me resolve these issues, or I would need to look at getting a refund, which is frustrating given how much I'd been looking forward to having this router after many months...
  24. Hi, I have recently been troubleshooting some weird issues with my QoS;. I'm not sure when it started but I just noticed it recently, it could have been like this all along I just didn't know. I do have a fairly new gaming PC and for a time there if I had QoS enabled I would only get about 12 mb down and 3 up even with QoS set to 18 up and 18 down. If I turn QoS off the speed test would show full speeds. I shut the computer down, disconnected the ethernet cable, then deleted it from the router. Plugged it back in so it would bring it back in, same issue. I had tried to plug another laptop into the same port on the switch, same cable and it did not have that issue. I decided to change the QoS to a higher speed and all of a sudden my speed test started getting full speeds. My biggest concern for QoS not working right is the fact the Speed Test is giving me full speeds even with QoS enabled. I am just using Speedtest.net. If I have QoS on the device set to 18/18, shouldn't the speed test show around the same speeds? I really just want to make sure i am utilizing this router the way it was meant. I don't think the Anti-Bufferbloat is going to work correctly if QoS isn't working right. I could easily have 10 devices streaming at any one time in my house. I'm a cable cutter with 3 kids, Roku devices all over the house and Tablets everywhere. Here are some specs CenturyLink Fiber 1gb/1gb XR500 with V2.3.2.114-DumaOS3.0.203 All Connections are hard wired Thanks for your time! James
  25. Hey guys, so I bought an Xr1000 a couple of days ago and I just realized that the Upload Qos doesn't work, not even a little bit. The Qos Download works without any problems. I already saw some posts here and it looks like that this is a well known problem for over 2 years!? My Modem is the Draytek Vigor 165 - PPPoe does the Xr1000 so basically my setup is Draytek "Full Bridge Mode, none Vlan or PPPoe - XR1000" PPPoe, Vlan activate, DHCP. What can I do right now? Should I just wait for an firmware update which will be released idk in the next few Months or is there anything else I can do to make this pain in the ass, work? I saw some posts where someone mentioned that it should work if I just set up the Draytek with the PPPoe connection but I tried for like 5 hours but this shit didn't worked.... "im not an expert guys" So if someone could tell me what I should do step by step I would gladly appreciate it
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