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Author Topic: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1  (Read 338 times)

BIPOLAR BEAR

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Lets not forget, that under QoS with gaming set as priority. That the few devices I allow on this network (I'm the only one who knows this P.W.) That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of my girlfriends Xbox, knows the manufacturer of my smart phone, yet doesn't identify it as a a "smart phone", is unsure about my pc both manufacturer and the function... How am I supposed to believe that this router is allocating traffic in my network if it can't recognize devices, the uses of said device, in order to prioritize the traffic under QoS. So if there is no "end point independent"  to help port forward, and no full cone NAT? Maybe this router can be fixed with a HAMMER?
« Last Edit: August 08, 2017, 11:17:48 AM by FurryNutz »
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2017, 11:27:53 AM »

I moved this into the 890 forum as this is a separate issue from the OPEN NAT issue. So lets continue here with it.

I to have seen the same thing with my XB1. For some reason the 2nd XB1 is seen as xbox however with mine it's seen as Microsoft.  :o

Not sure if this is incorrect handshaking with my xbox by the router or incorrect information given by the xbox console. I notice that on a new non D-Link router, it's seen as Xbox.  :-\
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #2 on: August 10, 2017, 02:46:09 PM »

Thank you for the info, Furry Nutz,
   I will try and remember to keep open NAT and issues directly related to the DIR 890L in this forum. I certainly hope we can get these issues resolved on DLink's end and get this resolved so we can further venture on to XBL til we get all the issues resolved. I just want what I pay/paid for!
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #3 on: August 10, 2017, 04:01:30 PM »

Completely understand. Hope everyone that is involved with some together and get a good solution. Many levels are involved I presume.
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Thank you for the info, Furry Nutz,
   I will try and remember to keep open NAT and issues directly related to the DIR 890L in this forum. I certainly hope we can get these issues resolved on DLink's end and get this resolved so we can further venture on to XBL til we get all the issues resolved. I just want what I pay/paid for!
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2017, 01:24:08 PM »

D-Link has been working with Microsoft to get this resolved. I hope to hear more next week.

Xbox users: Definitely enable IPv6 on the router (settings > internet > ipv6) - select Local Connectivity Only
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2017, 01:28:16 PM »

Even if your ISP doesn't support IPv6?
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #6 on: August 14, 2017, 10:00:48 AM »

ISP needs to support IPv6.

QoS is not affected by the router not identifying devices properly in the client list since it detects the type of data + MAC address. It can affect UPnP.
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #7 on: August 14, 2017, 12:15:51 PM »

Well, IPv6 would be nice however my ISP said no IPv6 plans currently.

I presume that someone is looking into the uPnP issues with detection?  ::)

I'm hoping this issue can be fixed on routers going back to the 880L.  :-\



ISP needs to support IPv6.

QoS is not affected by the router not identifying devices properly in the client list since it detects the type of data + MAC address. It can affect UPnP.
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #8 on: August 14, 2017, 03:47:22 PM »

Lol. Let's get the issues fixed on IPv4 before we worry about IPv6. I have barely had my 890l for a little over a year now.  All of these issues coming to light between the gaming networks, developers and internet hardware manufacturers. When you buy a $300 or $400 router that doesn't optimize the potential for what you bought it for (multiple devices online while gaming and gaming taking precedence} without robbing the port from one Xbox to the other. Then who wouldn't consider just buying a brand x generic router and save a couple hundred. JS.
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Re: That this router still doesn't know the make or manufacturer of an XB1
« Reply #9 on: August 14, 2017, 04:20:34 PM »

Have you set Local Connection only on the 890L and seen any differences in behavior?

Lol. Let's get the issues fixed on IPv4 before we worry about IPv6. I have barely had my 890l for a little over a year now.  All of these issues coming to light between the gaming networks, developers and internet hardware manufacturers. When you buy a $300 or $400 router that doesn't optimize the potential for what you bought it for (multiple devices online while gaming and gaming taking precedence} without robbing the port from one Xbox to the other. Then who wouldn't consider just buying a brand x generic router and save a couple hundred. JS.
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