green1234 Posted May 10, 2019 Share Posted May 10, 2019 My line is sync'd 76/20 and my original ISP BT HH5 used as modem/router gets 70/19.4 (the new BT HH6 only got 66/17), we used to get 73/20 with the old sky hub. My BT HH5 via PPPoE > Vigor 130 modem gets 66/17 My NetDuma R1 via PPPoE > Vigor 130 modem gets: 55/18 with all QOS off (this gives mild ping instability/buffer bloat but still better than the BTHH5): 37/18 with QOS back on and Buffer Bloat set to NEVER 33/11 with Buffer Bloat set to ALWAYS 70% (this gives very nice ping stability/buffer bloat and is a great thing the netduma achieves) 2 Test Images: The DumaOS picks up high priority traffic, but only after I changed the two pcs to Xbox, it picked up the High Priority last night for each PC playing league of legends - again this is great. I set anti buffer bloat to 'only when high priority traffic detected', settled at bandwidth as 60 /20 , sliders at 70% and left goodput on. 1. why do I get a crippled 37 download speeds on speedtest when buffer bloat is inactive but still get a full upload of 18? 2. why do I still get occasional lag spikes of 100ms when I leave buffer bloat as always - this usually happens when the connection has been idle a while and then I do a speed test. I understand ping stability is better than bandwidth but it would be nice if I could get closer to 55Mbps or even the 66Mbps when the anti-buffer bloat is inactive. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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