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When running pingplotter and saturating my connection using hd videos,  I have to turn my sliders down to 20% on both upload and download, should I really have to throttle that much to stop massive ping spikes? 

 

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I have tried all percentages down in 10's from 100 percent and only at 20 % do I stop getting ping spikes over 50-80ms, 70% and I'm getting spikes in the hundreds.

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I'd also try some percentages in 5's as well so I guess 95, 85, 75, 65 etc and see if that helps as 10% is a big range so could be some good multiples of 5 percentages that can do better.

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No difference at all, still all the way down to 20% for best results 

 

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Second pic is starting at 100 percent set to Always and slowly going down to about 30 percent, first pic is then all the way down to 20 percent

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How strange. Could you take a screenshot of your QoS page please? Want to make sure you have the correct numbers in your Anti-Bufferbloat panel (at 100% they should be your expected full speeds of 75/18).

Also have you added the device that is causing all the congestion to your Traffic Prioritization? If so, could you remove it please.

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