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Message 11 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

What about an image of the DSL Log in System Log?

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Message 12 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

wasn't expecting them to know anything asus support told me to contact them and ask. thanks for the helpful reply 🙂
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Message 13 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

@licquorice 

Not unreasonable for Asus to suggest calling BT and now @jasonh99 is just trying to get some help from the friendly community here😊

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Message 14 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

@jasonh99 

Have you got an image of the DSL Log as that might help.

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Message 15 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

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Message 16 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

The only things that strike me are :-

1 . Your Interleave Depth is incredibly high. It should zero and should be on Fast Path not interleaved.

2. The Power setting is odd. Mine is 11.2dbm and 6.6 dbm and yours are negative. Could be some fault on the line.

I'm pretty sure the above is what's causing your problems.

Do you keep rebooting the Asus or are you getting constant disconnects?

I#ll have to go in aminute but will be back tomorrow.

 

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Message 17 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

i was messing around with settings and it disconnects on each apply then i switched them all back but it was disconnecting a lot earlier
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Message 18 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

I did a factory reset and left it fora  few hours which resolved the interleave depth and got it on fast now, but the power is still in negatives any suggestions?

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Message 19 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

@jasonh99 

Googling the power issue suggests that it's not a problem as the - indicates it's less than 1 milliwatt and that seems to be not uncommon.

Overall now what's your performance like now that you're on fast path & higher speeds?

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Message 20 of 25

Re: optimising 3rd party router for gaming and reduce bufferbloat

It's better now back to what i was getting on the bt hub and no disconnects. Final thing i was trying to do was setup QoS says i need to create a rule but not sure how to go about that By default, the priority for upload and download bandwidth is "low". If there is no bandwidth priority rule, the priority for both upload and download bandwidth is "low". these are the options i have.

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