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I have the XR500 and it's on the latest 2.x.x.x firmware and at times, it gets so sluggish both with wifi and wired. It got so bad at one time that I had to reset it to factory defaults. Problem: I use my computer for work and have several meetings consisting of audio/video and this device has hesitation at random times both using wired and wireless connection. All of the iPhones and sometimes the Apple TVs experience a delay in response when loading an app or streaming app. Occasionally the gaming PCs have the same issue.When this happens, I check my ISP speed and 99% of the time, it checks out as correct. Just overall, it's random and the XR500 is just overall sluggish. At times, DHCP doesn't even work until I reboot. Games played: PS4s are all pretty much exclusively Red Dead redemption 2 Online. Gaming PCs are a mix of League of Legends, Fortnite, Roblox, Minecraft, Halo, Valorant, and several other online shooters from Steam and EPIC. Here is my scenario and my config below: ISP: AT&T Fiber gigabit internet Modem: Arris BGW210-700 (Internal WiFi is entirely disabled and DHCP as well) Switches: *****Ground Floor is Nighthawk S8000 *****Upstairs is a Netgear GS108-400NAS 8 Port 10/100/1000 dummy switch ****Basement is another Netgear GS108-400NAS 8 Port (The Netgear GS108 switches are there because I was not happy with multiple S8000's on my network) Environment is explained below but it goes as follows: modem->XR500->ground floor S8000 and also to basement Netgear GS108 Modem (only used to authenticate to AT&T and is bridged to my XR500 but my wife's computer is not affected by reconfig/reboot of XR500 because it is directly connected to the modem with a static IP. All modem settings are disabled including DHCP) WAN Port: Uplink to AT&T Fiber connection Port 1: Uplink to XR500 Port 2: Wife's work computer Port 3: S8000 Switch Port 4: Open XR500: (Actively providing DHCP, QOS is not configured, GeoFilter is not configured and there is no DMZ and very few port forwards to the PS4 Pro) Port 1: Uplink from Modem and priority critical Port 2: Uplink to Ground Floor S8000 Port 3: PS4 Pro on ground floor WiFi Config: Guest network disabled. SSID is encrypted, Smart Connect enabled, WMM enabled, Beamforming enabled, EU-MIMO enabled Ground Floor S8000 setup: All default settings and is configured as such: Port 1: Basement Netgear GS108 and priority is critical Port 2: Open Port 3: Apple TV on Ground Floor and priority medium Port 4: DirecTV box and priority low Port 5: Ground floor TV and priority los Port 6: Philips Hue hub and priority low Port 7: Open Port 8: Upstairs GS108 Basement GS108 setup: Since it's a dummy switch, the ports are scattered with the following 7 wired devices connected: Mac Pro, PS4, PS3, Gaming PC1, Gaming PC2, Wii Plus, Smart TV (one port not used) Upstairs S8000: Port 1: Gaming PC 3 and priority medium Port 2: Nintendo Switch wired via its dock and priority medium Port 3: Open Port 4: Open Port 5: Open Port 6: My work PC and priority high Port 7: PS4 Pro and priority critical Port 8: Uplink from and priority critical WiFi Devices: There are a slew of devices such as 5 iPhones, 5 iPads, Apple TV Upstairs, Roku Stick, 4 wireless security cameras, 4 laptops, Ring Doorbell Hopefully I've provided enough information on the situation but if not, please feel free to ask for more. I also downloaded the beta of DumaOS 3 wondering if it may help.
Hello! So I am not sure where else to post any of this because the forums I have found don't answer anything for me. I just recently switched from 100mb internet down to 600mb down. When I plug directly into my modem, I am getting the proper speeds. When I hardwire into my router, I get about 40mb down. I have tried turning QOS off completely, I have tried turning sharing bandwidth off directly, and neither worked. I reset the router and set it up again prior to all this. I am not sure why it is throttling so hard. https://tds-test.speedtestcustom.com/result/0cc7ed10-4313-11ea-a3e5-f9e5ecea18c8