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Is smart QOS available in the beta? I have not downloaded it yet but that feature appeals to me as a Stadia user, it looks like a helpful feature?

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Are you talking about a specific feature or Smart QoS that we've mentioned will be available in future? If that later then no, that will probably be DumaOS 3.1.
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@Netduma-Fraser wrote:
Are you talking about a specific feature or Smart QoS that we've mentioned will be available in future? If that later then no, that will probably be DumaOS 3.1.

Where can you see what features are in now and what will come in the future?

 

I watched a Duma 3.0 video and it was shown in there, I was talking about Smart QOS yes, I will wait for 3.1 then thanks. 

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Or do you mean the Auto Setup feature? In which case that isn't in the beta. Mostly everything is in it but Auto Setup, Adblock and the Rapp store. What comes in the future is mostly up to Netgear.
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@Netduma-Fraser wrote:
Or do you mean the Auto Setup feature? In which case that isn't in the beta. Mostly everything is in it but Auto Setup, Adblock and the Rapp store. What comes in the future is mostly up to Netgear.

On the video I watched it was Smart QOS, where it looks at the traffic via packet inspection and then you can adjust sliders for Stadia Netflix gaming etc.

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Was it this by any chance? (See pic) If not could you provide the video and I can give you a more accurate answer.

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Here is the link to the video, Smart QOS section, starts talking about it 5 minutes in. 

 

https://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/routers/matthew-wilson/netduma-ceo-walks-us-through-the-latest-n...

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Thank you, okay yes that will be coming in 3.1 and don't have any timeline for that as it's currently in development and we're of course still working on 3.0.
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Are there any feature in 3.0 that would be beneficial for Stadia?
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As it is a bandwidth heavy device you can allocate enough bandwidth to it to ensure it always has what it needs and therefore keeps the quality consistent. You can also prioritize these ports 44700 - 44899 (TCP and UDP) which are required for stadia and will therefore give you the best connection.
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Although it is a bandwidth heavy service, it must also be quite time sensitive for latency reasons, will it bottleneck the normal gaming traffic if I prioritise those ports due to the big amount of traffic stadia uses?

 

Can Stadia be categorised as other in the 3.0 application QOS or isn't that possible. I would ideally like the traffic to be gaming, stadia then media. 

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Bandwidth Allocation just allocates bandwidth to devices and if they don't use all their allocation but another device needs more then it can grab it without consequences. As those ports are just for the gaming side, not the download/upload it should be fine to prioritize those ports - we've not had many people use Stadia so far so hard to say for certain. You can try it as uncategorised and it should work.
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