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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Three Different Speed tests   
    It analyses the packets which takes up processing power and takes extra time as well.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Three Different Speed tests   
    Well done for finding the cause, weird it wasn't applying correctly!
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Three Different Speed tests   
    Unfortunately I think the speed you're getting then is the maximum the R1 can handle for your specific connection.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Three Different Speed tests   
    In that case, the speeds you're getting through the R1 at the moment with QoS completely disabled is probably the best you will get unfortunately. You could try a factory reset from the interface and then allow QoS to set up for you but I'd be surprised if it allowed you to get any higher.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Three Different Speed tests   
    You have the XR450 as well is that right? Does it get the speeds you're supposed to? I.e. is this issue isolated to the R1 or do you have issues with another router connected to the modem.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Three Different Speed tests   
    Channel 1 SNR is a bit low but looks like it's correcting issues so shouldn't see any packet loss. Upstream is fine as well, can't see any issues here. Did you try my previous suggestions?
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    SM961 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Three Different Speed tests   
    Yes, I have. I will try that. 
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Three Different Speed tests   
    In the Bandwidth Settings do you have it set to 400/20? If so did you let it auto setup for those speeds? If not try that, what do you get? If you're still slow, try setting it to 999/20 and auto setup, is there any difference in the speed you receive. Out of interest does your XR450 get the full speeds?
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Alex in Three Different Speed tests   
    Have you ever reached your maximum speeds? Remember that when an ISP sells you a package, they advertise the package with the maximum speed, but often that equates to far less in practical terms. It's a maximum rather than a minimum.
    If you don't think your speeds are worth the money you pay for them, it might be worth taking up with your ISP.
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    SM961 reacted to purpleandgold33 in Three Different Speed tests   
    Also run 3-5 different tests on speedtest and average them out
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    SM961 reacted to purpleandgold33 in Three Different Speed tests   
    What Bert said dsl reports is trash. Use speedtest its way more acuurate. Btw blufferbloat is way overrated. That website is so inaccurate and even if you have A+++ on everything its not going to help you. Just use pingplotter if you want to find the right settings for your sliders and jitter.
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    SM961 reacted to Bert in Three Different Speed tests   
    If you have windows 10, try using the speedtest.net desktop app. For me, their website always reads low but for some odd reason the desktop app is bang on.
     
    DSL reports usually doesn't give me accurate results due to the distance to their server.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    Go with the CM then if that's what works best!
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    That doesn't look too bad to be fair. I would expect some packet loss when saturated without QoS and doesn't seem to happen too often. You likely wouldn't notice it either.
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    SM961 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    Thanks for the information. 
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    You're right, it shouldn't happen. It could be that it's taking a little time to sync with your connection, speeds can be reduced etc during this time so I'd give it a chance and see if it settles.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    The red line on the graph does indicate packet loss. Hard to tell exactly where it's occurring as can't see the whole program but appears to be either within the home or just like one hop from you. Do you get it when there is nothing saturating it as that would be more concerning.
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    SM961 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    I usually do 10 increments. I will try 5.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    You can go higher as well, also try in 5 increments not just 10.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    What about trying other percentages on Anti-BB following the guide and saturating the connection?
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    SM961 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    I will try that when everyone is sleeping because right now everyone here wants to lynch me.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    That's not too bad, I would see if your idle is the same when connected direct to modem if it's like that normally then you do have some jitter on your line which may not be fixable. Then I would try some other percentages on Anti-BB see if you can get it any flatter.
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    Sure, the reason we don't suggest DSLReports is because it doesn't saturate your connection properly. If you saturate your connection using downloads/streams and then follow this guide while changing your Anti-BB percentages to see what lowers the ping/keeps it as stable as possible http://support.netduma.com/en/support/solutions/articles/16000074717-how-to-test-your-internet-ping
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    SM961 reacted to Netduma Fraser in QOS on the xr450 inferior?   
    How are you measuring bufferbloat - dslreports? Have you tested using PingPlotter to see what Anti-bb settings keep the ping as low as possible when the connection is saturated?
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    SM961 reacted to Killhippie in NETGEAR XR450 is this any good?   
    its the same as the XR500 with slower wifi speeds on 2.4Ghz. May as well get the XR500 really. XR500 came out first.
     
    XR500
    AC2600 (800Mbps @2.4GHz—256QAM
    support +1733Mbps @ 5Ghz 11ac)  
    XR450
    • AC2400 ([email protected] [email protected] 11ac)
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