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    Wallynova got a reaction from Newfie in Wireless devices not obeying "Always" congestion control   
    Hey Guys,
    The first reset method I used was the software function under settings.  Today I tried the reset function using the physical button on the router.  Both reset methods worked with no issues. 
    After testing "Always" congestion feature for 1.0.0.53_1.0.53 firmware, I had the same results.  Wireless devices ignoring the setting.
     
    Thanks
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    Wallynova got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Traffic Prioritization "Wireless Type"   
    Fraser you are awesome!
    Thank you so much for all of that information.  That makes perfect since to me now.  From what I have gathered I think most ISPs ignore QoS tags on WAN traffic coming from residential customers.  They do however obey it on leased business lines.  That could of changed over the years though.  I have Comcast Xfinity service and was going to ask a live agent but they are busy today.  Maybe I will get a hold of them and some point and update this thread with that info.  Would be interesting to know.  
    This has been great for getting me back up to speed in the world of networking and seeing what is new and has changed.  Thanks for your support Fraser.  You have a good one  
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    Wallynova got a reaction from Newfie in Traffic Prioritization "Wireless Type"   
    AH HA! Newfie is exactly right! 
    When you are selecting "Wireless Type" on the list you are selecting from the 3 different WMM Multimedia traffic types! Voice/gaming, Video, or best-effect(normal/default).  of course this would only apply if your device was a wireless device that supports WMM.  in my case my device is a hard-wired PC. I feel like the wording should be updated in that section of DUMA to focus more on letting your know it is for WMM QoS.
    There is only ONE question that remains! :
    What the heck is that "Apply to WAN" check box doing? 
     
    Thank you guys for finding all of this stuff out for me.  I hope you guys have a happy Holidays  
     
     
     
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    Wallynova got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Traffic Prioritization "Wireless Type"   
    AH HA! Newfie is exactly right! 
    When you are selecting "Wireless Type" on the list you are selecting from the 3 different WMM Multimedia traffic types! Voice/gaming, Video, or best-effect(normal/default).  of course this would only apply if your device was a wireless device that supports WMM.  in my case my device is a hard-wired PC. I feel like the wording should be updated in that section of DUMA to focus more on letting your know it is for WMM QoS.
    There is only ONE question that remains! :
    What the heck is that "Apply to WAN" check box doing? 
     
    Thank you guys for finding all of this stuff out for me.  I hope you guys have a happy Holidays  
     
     
     
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