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Hi DUMA Team I have had issues appear with my Telstra Modem that has the DUMAOS recently. It has started to block Zoom traffic, and specifically the zoom.us domain. If you wait a good while the Zoom will connect intermittently. You can intermittently get to the zoom website but cant download anything I turned off every firewall / QOS / inspection service i could find in DUMAOS but nothing seems to work. I pause DUMAOS and back to the Telstra OS and everything is back to normal and works fine. Can you please give me any ideas on how to troubleshoot this and resolve - id like to leave DUMAOS on for my kids gaming - but not at the expense of being able to work from home Thanks Phenonm
I had to factory reset my gateway and take the xr500 completely out of the loop for my kids sake. They are all on chromebooks doing home schooling and every period they attend the virtual learning of each teacher with zoom meeting but starting Wednesday last week zoom was not able to connect they would join the class but then get dropped. Talked to school technical support did all these foresters in chromebook but in the end I reset my ATT fiber gateway back to stock and connect to it and everything works flawlessly. on the xr500 side it’s running the beta firmware and multiple factory reset dances have been performed. Regardless of all these resets only thing I noticed that wasn’t right was ipv4 and ipv6. I never really cared about ipv6 but within inner circle of friends on Xbox everyone would be running ipv4 and ipv6. Right now even though my ATT gateway has ipv6 enabled my console is getting an ipv4 address but my kids come before my gaming so as long as school keeps spinning for them I will sit on sidelines. I’m curious if anything in the next firmware update will help with this. Gratuitous ipv4 currently on console not bouncing back and forth from ipv4 and ipv6 like it would when the xr500 was connected.