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Is there a guide on how LEDE with Cable internet (Charter)


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anybody?


 

 

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try openwrt forum. It depends on what you want to know regarding setting up lede, you may not get a response as this is involving using an alternative router to XR500 or R1 as that is what this forum is for!


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try openwrt forum. It depends on what you want to know regarding setting up lede, you may not get a response as this is involving using an alternative router to XR500 or R1 as that is what this forum is for!

I'm trying to hook up my R1 to mine lede router that's all I can't find any info on the lede forum either that is why I thought I would post here.


 

 

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try this. An old video I made on how I get zero bufferbloat with Lede and R1. It shows you basic setup.......Sorry there is no voice and it is very crudely done but you should be able to follow it!

 


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you also should put your charter provided router/modem in modem only mode!


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