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Hey everyone i finally got around to registering on the site but ive been actively looking on the site for quite a long time any way

i have a Linksys wrt54g TM router with dd wrt on it i have made it into a dual wan router with the help from the dd-wrt.com community. now i would like to add QoS to the router mostly to optimize my connection to xbox live =D

I have 2 Modems

Each have around 20-25 down

and 1.5 up

if anyone has any info on QoS it would help me out greatly

Thanks :rolleyes:

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Hey everyone i finally got around to registering on the site but ive been actively looking on the site for quite a long time any way

i have a Linksys wrt54g TM router with dd wrt on it i have made it into a dual wan router with the help from the dd-wrt.com community. now i would like to add QoS to the router mostly to optimize my connection to xbox live =D

I have 2 Modems

Each have around 20-25 down

and 1.5 up

if anyone has any info on QoS it would help me out greatly

Thanks :rolleyes:

guess not

:blink: :(

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Don't expect a response in a day.

Doesn't the third party firmware your currently using support QoS by default?

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Don't expect a response in a day.

Doesn't the third party firmware your currently using support QoS by default?

yes its there but when i enable it it doesnt seem to change much or anything at all if any thing i belive its slowing my connection speeds =/

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Yes that's what it does!

You'll need to configure it to your liking though..

Eg. Have HTTP/S traffic having a priority over P2P traffic.

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Yes that's what it does!

You'll need to configure it to your liking though..

Eg. Have HTTP/S traffic having a priority over P2P traffic.

yes i know it limits my connection but when i set it up for my all my bandwidth go to 1 port or 1 ip it seems slower if the QoS where off

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yes i know it limits my connection but when i set it up for my all my bandwidth go to 1 port or 1 ip it seems slower if the QoS where off

As it should. QoS doesn't make things faster, it just makes what you want slower, slower. When you have two connections it's easier to share out the load so QoS just might not be necessary in your config.

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