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Hey! Could have sworn I'd posted about this before but can't seem to see any history of it. I excitedly got my hands on an R1, and proceeded to reset it and put DumaOS on it (Firmware version 126.96.36.199, DumaOS 1.3.29). It's really, really not behaved in any why like I'd expect it to. In our house we've a cable modem, and connected directly to that is the R1, with both being located in the flat downstairs. There's a Cat6 cable running from downstairs up and into a Netgear X4S/R7800, which the computers and consoles upstairs in our flat are connected to. I can't see my PC's name nor MAC address in the Device Manager table/tree The R7800 upstairs here is on its own branch of the Network Map All the devices upstairs that are connected to the R8000 are connected to what shows as an 'Offline' device in the Network Map At some point my PC was showing, and I tried adding it as a console to the devices in the Geo-Filter in an effort to use the functionality in Street Fighter V. Never saw a single ping, never any icons on the map, ever. My device isn't there any more, either. I was super excited to get this router, but in its current state it's done literally nothing for me other than put me out of pocket. I'd love to change that.
Daft question, will the new DumaOS detect Nintendo Switch consoles as an option to configure? Also, the R1 only had 4 slots for gaming devices. Is DumaOS limited in this respect? I have a 2 PS4's, 1 XBOX and a Switch that has 3 different MAC addresses (two docks and one WiFi connection). Thanks
Splatoon 2 on Switch uses peer to peer for online games. Nintendo do seem to have implemented regional matchmaking but the servers they use to control how is in a game seem to be based in the US and Japan. Therefore, I seem to need to keep the geo filter wide to allow connection to the servers and rely on the ping assist to filter out laggy players. However, occasionally players from US and Japan will appear so would be nice to be able to use Geo Filter to keep them at bay. I could whitelist the Nintendo servers but there does seem to be a lot of them. On a related matter, when creating a service for my Nintendo Switch the only option is Wii Online. Is that the same as the Nintendo network or is a revised service profile required? Ta.