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Congestion control - Doesn't work over WiFi. I used the native connection benchmarker, DSL reports, and speedtest.net. While the native benchmarker seemed unreliable, DSL reports and speedtest gave similar results. I could only get this feature to work over Ethernet (tested on two laptops with different OS's). QoS - Doesn't work over WiFi. I could not get this to work with the application manager, the categories don't display accurate info (for eg. playing ESO it categorizies the traffic as either unkown or uncategoized rather than gaming). It feels as if the device manager works, I say this because I'm not sure how to aquire the data as proof. Traffic Prior - I could not get this to work no matter what I have tried. I tried manually configuring ports, leaving it at default, and setting all ports to a device and I can't get the packet counter to record anything and no red light. I treid this over WiFi and Ethernet with no effect. Any ideas are welcome at this point. I'm open to any help and I'm more than willing to try/test any suggestions. Thank You in advance!
Hi guys, I'm looking into buying an XR300 to use with my Sky Q fibre connection, I've searched the forums and internet and cant seem to find an answer. From what I can understand, the xr300 has no modem so would require piggybacking from my Sky Q hub? Apparently the Q hub doesnt have a modem only mode, am I going to be running into issues like double NAT and so on, and will the DumaOS features be limited/negated if I'm bridging from the Q hub? Like will geofiltering and QoS etc still work? (main reason I'm interested is for gaming features obviously, the Q hub has no QoS settings and is quite basic software wise). Would appreciate any input, obviously don't want to spend the money and wind up disappointed when it doesn't work at all, or barely. Thanks in advance guys, I did consider an R1 but the wifi is too poor for the rest of the family using netflix etc for me to justify it, I need the 5Ghz lol.