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Hello and welcome to our support forum for Telstra Game Optimiser!

Game Optimiser is powered by DumaOS, which is a router operating system created by us here at Netduma.

On this forum, you can get support directly from the creators of the software. A Netduma staff member will respond to every question that's posted, and we'll do our best to resolve any issues or queries that you have.

Looking for help with Telstra’s Game Optimiser? – Check out the User Guide to get started or the more detailed Optimal Settings Guides at Telstra’s Help & Support pages.

We look forward to seeing you on the forums!

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You guys have a partnership with Telstra? WTF this must be new. Unfortunately I had to leave Telstra a few years ago due to terrible customer service 😕 I'm with Internode now!

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14 minutes ago, SwiftCookie said:

You guys have a partnership with Telstra? WTF this must be new. Unfortunately I had to leave Telstra a few years ago due to terrible customer service 😕 I'm with Internode now!

Yes we do! We put out a tweet earlier in the week, here is the blog post about it :) shame you can't give it a go but you've got the routers anyway :D

https://netduma.com/blog/latest-milestone-game-optimiser-telstra/

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Wow never would of expected to see DumaOS on a Telstra router since they never supported gaming in the past or even bothered putting QOS on their routers haha Can't wait to try it since i've used Netduma since the Netduma R1 and feel like the terrible NBN NTD box/modem somehow messes with the netgear routers with DumaOS and Australians have no choice but to use it. Thank you to the Netduma team, you're all legends ❤️

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On 9/20/2020 at 10:34 AM, Thorny said:

Wow never would of expected to see DumaOS on a Telstra router since they never supported gaming in the past or even bothered putting QOS on their routers haha Can't wait to try it since i've used Netduma since the Netduma R1 and feel like the terrible NBN NTD box/modem somehow messes with the netgear routers with DumaOS and Australians have no choice but to use it. Thank you to the Netduma team, you're all legends ❤️

Being on Telstra Smart Modems will be really cool because this is the first time we've ever been on a modem/router combo. This will make it much easier for users to take full control of their network with minimal roadblocks.

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On 9/22/2020 at 9:30 PM, Netduma Alex said:

Being on Telstra Smart Modems will be really cool because this is the first time we've ever been on a modem/router combo. This will make it much easier for users to take full control of their network with minimal roadblocks.

Do you think that the way the internet is set up in Australia using the NTD box instead of a modem like most countries, that it could of affected the netgear routers negatively since they're built for a different setup? found this that i think shows that the NTD box uses some sort of QOS that might interfere with the router The UNI-D and UNI-DSL support four interface tagging and prioritisation addressing modes:Default-Mapped:untagged; activation enabled QoSDSCP-Mapped:untagged; DSCP enabled QoSPriority-Tagged:single tagged (null/unpopulated); 802.1p enabled QoSTagged:single tagged (customer provided); 802.1p enabled QoS. from https://www2.nbnco.com.au/content/dam/nbnco2/2018/documents/sell/wba/SFAA-WBA-Product_Technical_Specification-nbnEthernet_Product_Module_20180328.pdf . found at 3.1.2 Addressing mode

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9 hours ago, Thorny said:

Do you think that the way the internet is set up in Australia using the NTD box instead of a modem like most countries, that it could of affected the netgear routers negatively since they're built for a different setup? found this that i think shows that the NTD box uses some sort of QOS that might interfere with the router The UNI-D and UNI-DSL support four interface tagging and prioritisation addressing modes:Default-Mapped:untagged; activation enabled QoSDSCP-Mapped:untagged; DSCP enabled QoSPriority-Tagged:single tagged (null/unpopulated); 802.1p enabled QoSTagged:single tagged (customer provided); 802.1p enabled QoS. from https://www2.nbnco.com.au/content/dam/nbnco2/2018/documents/sell/wba/SFAA-WBA-Product_Technical_Specification-nbnEthernet_Product_Module_20180328.pdf . found at 3.1.2 Addressing mode

That is definitely a valid point and having upstream QoS could in theory affect the traffic but so far I haven't seen any issues occurring like that in the Aus market.

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