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Cold War | Error: BLZBNTBGS000003F8 | XR300

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12 hours ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Can you take a look at the log file on the System Information page when it happens please and see if there are any entries around that time?

Will do. Played for around 7 hours today. No DC. Maybe it'll happen tomorrow but I'll update here.

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30 minutes ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Could you set a static/reserved IP address for the device please in LAN Settings and see if that prevents it happening?

Already have it set. My router is 10.0.0.1, Switch is 10.0.0.2, Extender is 10.0.0.3, and PC is 10.0.0.4 

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5 minutes ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Does it seem to happen before or after you have accessed the interface?

It happens regardless if I have the interface open or not.

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5 minutes ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Okay the logs won't be helping us here then, do you get it if you go direct to the modem?

Now this is interesting (last error I got in my modem): unknown.thumb.png.a0c36c19e3f57eb54a80325b2969a3d4.png

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26 minutes ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Can't tell if that is for WAN or LAN but on the modem do you have the ability to give the XR a static IP? If so try that please.

Nope. I have very limited settings on the modem.

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4 minutes ago, HyperFirez said:

I don't see an option to.

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So why does your dumaos router have a private ip address? If connected to that modem which is a modem only it should receive a public ip??

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4 minutes ago, digz_au said:

So why does your dumaos router have a private ip address? If connected to that modem which is a modem only it should receive a public ip??

I have this under my router settings: image.png.41991d1ad28df63f480bd7ee2bdfe42c.png

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Just now, HyperFirez said:

I have this under my router settings: image.png.41991d1ad28df63f480bd7ee2bdfe42c.png

But your post mentioned above saying the router has a 10.0.0.1 ip?? Is this correct? 

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5 minutes ago, digz_au said:

But your post mentioned above saying the router has a 10.0.0.1 ip?? Is this correct? 

I mean is this wrong? image.thumb.png.1b304eb5d760064befa397599c073623.png

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5 minutes ago, HyperFirez said:

I mean is this wrong? image.thumb.png.1b304eb5d760064befa397599c073623.png

Is your wan ip 10.0.0.1 lan doesn't matter. Do you have much experience in networking. If not I would say to simplify your setup. 

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24 minutes ago, digz_au said:

Is your wan ip 10.0.0.1 lan doesn't matter. Do you have much experience in networking. If not I would say to simplify your setup. 

I've taught myself a decent amount. My WAN IP is where it says "get dynamically from your ISP"

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1 minute ago, Netduma Fraser said:

What has the switch got connected to it? Do you have multiple gaming devices being used at the same time? If so are they playing Cold War as well?

Right now I just have my main gaming desktop connected to the switch. The other devices on the switch are currently offline and my family's devices are on wifi on the extender on the other side of the house. But they are for casual gaming/watching netflix.

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10 minutes ago, HyperFirez said:

I've taught myself a decent amount. My WAN IP is where it says "get dynamically from your ISP"

The wan ip is it a public facing ip or is it in the private range?? You have just given contradicting information above thats all.

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7 minutes ago, digz_au said:

The wan ip is it a public facing ip or is it in the private range?? You have just given contradicting information above thats all.

The LAN is the 10. range. The WAN is an actual WAN IP automatically gotten from my modem.

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