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Standard User AuraIndigo
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 26-May-11 21:35:16
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Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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The old doll is maybe straining under the constant abuse hurled at it from GameServers when kicking off any round in Black Ops (PC) for the first two minutes of every round (look at this in five seconds and I don't normally log this activity, this was just a tester)

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Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:55 - UDP Packet - Source:188.23.228.155,59275 Destination:192.168.0.2,54096 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:55 - UDP Packet - Source:2.99.95.128,53868 Destination:192.168.0.2,54092 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:55 - UDP Packet - Source:188.221.20.47,59266 Destination:192.168.0.2,54072 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:55 - UDP Packet - Source:82.47.5.111,51750 Destination:192.168.0.2,54099 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:55 - UDP Packet - Source:81.171.115.5,4379 Destination:192.168.0.2,54085 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:55 - UDP Packet - Source:81.111.103.167,60750 Destination:192.168.0.2,54077 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:55 - UDP Packet - Source:188.23.228.155,59275 Destination:192.168.0.2,54096 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:56 - UDP Packet - Source:81.171.115.5,4379 Destination:192.168.0.2,54085 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:56 - UDP Packet - Source:173.199.77.31,3084 Destination:192.168.0.2,3074 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:56 - UDP Packet - Source:81.111.103.167,60750 Destination:192.168.0.2,54077 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:56 - UDP Packet - Source:92.27.92.31,29545 Destination:192.168.0.2,54105 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:56 - UDP Packet - Source:92.195.100.254,64649 Destination:192.168.0.2,54102 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:56 - UDP Packet - Source:173.199.77.31,3084 Destination:192.168.0.2,3074 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:56 - UDP Packet - Source:81.111.103.167,60750 Destination:192.168.0.2,54077 - [DOS]
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Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:57 - UDP Packet - Source:173.199.77.31,3084 Destination:192.168.0.2,3074 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:57 - UDP Packet - Source:81.171.115.5,4379 Destination:192.168.0.2,54085 - [DOS]
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Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:57 - UDP Packet - Source:81.171.115.5,4379 Destination:192.168.0.2,54085 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:57 - UDP Packet - Source:92.195.100.254,64649 Destination:192.168.0.2,54102 - [DOS]
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Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:58 - UDP Packet - Source:188.23.228.155,59275 Destination:192.168.0.2,54096 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:58 - UDP Packet - Source:2.99.95.128,53868 Destination:192.168.0.2,54092 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:58 - UDP Packet - Source:82.47.5.111,51750 Destination:192.168.0.2,54099 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:58 - UDP Packet - Source:92.195.100.254,64649 Destination:192.168.0.2,54102 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:58 - UDP Packet - Source:173.199.77.31,3084 Destination:192.168.0.2,3074 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:59 - UDP Packet - Source:81.111.103.167,60750 Destination:192.168.0.2,54077 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:59 - UDP Packet - Source:2.99.95.128,53868 Destination:192.168.0.2,54092 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:59 - UDP Packet - Source:188.23.228.155,59275 Destination:192.168.0.2,54096 - [DOS]
Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:59 - UDP Packet - Source:2.99.95.128,53868 Destination:192.168.0.2,54092 - [DOS]Wed, 2011-05-25 20:28:59 - UDP Packet - Source:92.195.100.254,64649 Destination:192.168.0.2,54102 - [DOS]
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Smooth as silk when all the connecting fuss is over and router doesn't get battered, but nevertheless, annoying. Have meddled with the firmware etc.

Was looking at a Billion 7700N, same chipset I believe but well received on reviews. Open to any suggestions.
Standard User Oliver341
(knowledge is power) Thu 26-May-11 23:13:05
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Re: Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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Have you ticked "Disable Port Scan and DOS Protection" in WAN setup? It's a pointless waste of resources.

Oliver.
Standard User AuraIndigo
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 27-May-11 00:09:04
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Re: Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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Aye, see OP, I mentioned I only enabled this for testing, that's logging only, still doesn't stop the event wink

Thx for reply smile


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Standard User Oliver341
(knowledge is power) Fri 27-May-11 00:14:37
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Re: Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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So in "WAN Setup" you have ticked "Disable Port Scan and DOS Protection"? It's separate from the logging option, and is more than just logging rules, it's firewall rules and IDS too.

Oliver.

Edited by Oliver341 (Fri 27-May-11 00:16:09)

Standard User AuraIndigo
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 27-May-11 00:19:40
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Re: Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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Modded firmware, this setting resides under SPI Firewall wink

Edit: I should have been more thorough in my op, sorry for that but for clarity, SPI Firewall is off.

Edited by AuraIndigo (Fri 27-May-11 00:22:06)

Moderator billford
(moderator) Fri 27-May-11 00:22:46
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Re: Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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Hi Jeff, howya diddling? smile

Strikes me you just need a router with a fast processor that won't go down on its knees with a load of rubbish coming in... I'd guess that anything with gigabit ports would manage that.

The Billion 7700N seems OK, I've got the 7800N and it's a nice router, but I think the 7700 isn't available for a while yet?

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Standard User AuraIndigo
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 27-May-11 00:27:59
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Re: Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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Hey Bill lad, aye, still diddlin smile

Looked at the 7800, seems more than capable, haha, didn't notice 7700 wasn't available yet.

Saving up for an IvyBridge setup as and when, a ton fiftyish is more than I was looking to fork out at the minute for a router ... nevertheless, I feel I need an upgrade to old telephony eqpt like :\

Good to see ya m8, I really should call round more often!
Moderator billford
(moderator) Fri 27-May-11 00:50:56
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Re: Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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You know me, I'm not a gamer, but if you're looking at Ivy Bridge the last thing you need is to be held up by a slow router!

Beyond the obvious that a gigabit router is likely to be faster than a 10/100 job, I wouldn't know where to start looking crazy

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Standard User AuraIndigo
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 27-May-11 01:31:27
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Re: Alternative To A DG834Nv1


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Gaming is a strange beast ... you don't actually need an uber-fast throughput.

This damn Black Ops (probably more to do with the monopoly that is GameServers and their inability to deliver) just seems not want to heck with normally good hardware. But I like it and wish to continue playing it, but my monitor can only withstand a certain amount of spit hurled at it when I get this damn initial lag at the start of every round laugh

I'll raid the coffers for a 7800 then. Or hope that there is a saviour out there with a 40 quid fix wink
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