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Hey all, I'm getting some bad packet loss while gaming on wired and wireless connections. I bought PingPlotter, but I'm not great at reading the graph. I know the vertical red lines are areas of major packet loss, but I'm not sure if this is from the ISP or the router. Plot attached. I reset the router, updated the firmware, cycled the modem and tried a different Cat 6 cable from the Modem to the Router. None of that helped. Any help would be appreciated.
I have a Netgear Nughthawk XR500 with the latest firmware (as of this morning). I need to limit the upload/download limit of a set-top box and other devices at certain times. For the same of example, let's say I have 10Mbps download limit and 1Mbps upload limit from my ISP (that is my line speed). Now for the set-top box, I want to limit it to 200K for upload. To test the settings, I have removed all other devices from my router and no other device will use any upload or download (nothing is connected). I have disabled "Share Excess Bandwidth" in both upload and download options of QoS. The upload limit is set to .2 (200Kbps) for the set-top box. When the upload resumes, the upload traffic from the set-top box creeps up to 0.5/0.6 Kbps (observed via network monitor tab). If I increase the limit to 1MBps, it takes it all and creeps all the way to 1MBps. I have tried changing the anti-bufferbloat options to never also. To test it further, I tried same experiment with my PS4 and XBOX and they show same behaviour. So my question is: Is there a soft-limit of 0.5KBps for upload and download on the router? Thanks, Immy
Hallo zusammen, ich habe eine Anleitung zusammengestellt. Diese beinhaltet die Einstellungen der Fritz Box 7590 sowie dem Nighthawk XR500. In meinem Fall funktioniert das ganz gut. Auf euer Feedback, Verbesserungswünsche oder andere Erfahrungen freue ich mich. Mfg Netgear_Nighthawk_XR_500_Einstellungen_.pdf