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  1. Hello, We recently upgraded our ISP package from 300/10 to 600/50. I haven't had any issues with the excess bandwidth allocation prior to the upgrade. If myself and my partner were both downloading games we'd both be getting around 18/20 MB/s. If one of us was downloading we'd get around 35MB/s which is what I'd expect. I've reconfigured the QoS settings to match our new speeds. With QoS off it was 616/52. I've set the buffer bloat to 95% for both download and up. Made sure share Excess is turned on but when I test with only my device using bandwidth I can't get higher than 300Mbps (Upload is fine and I get around 45Mbps). If I turn off QoS I can get full speed (Around 585Mbps from the bufferbloat) If both my partner and I download at the same time we are still getting the same shared speed we had when we were on prior to the upgrade.
  2. Just really wondering what settings work for other people to see how They work for me, for congestion sliders, bandwidth allocation and what not, I mainly play Cold War on PlayStation
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