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    FlexQoS UI Bandwidth Settings tables

    Two more that flow with the rest of the Merlin/FlexQOS aesthetic. One with the medium border between sections and one with the thick border between sections. -L
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    FlexQoS UI Bandwidth Settings tables

    Hi Dave, I'm far from a HTML/CSS expert, but I can poke at things. Here are three options to add to the table. Its relatively easy to make a thicker boarder to separate the sections. The first option uses Medium width, there is a Thick option as well as individual pixel sizes. The second...
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    FlexQoS UI Bandwidth Settings tables

    Hi Dave, I would suggest doing something with the vertical bars that separate the "Bandwidth", "Download", and "Upload" sections. If you are doing colors for the rows, adding color to the column separators will most likely get to be too much. Since you are defining the rows or row borders with...
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    [Release] FreshJR Adaptive QOS (Improvements / Custom Rules / and Inner workings)

    I was going to toss a few options out there (ie: BetterQoS and others), but after reviewing what has already been listed, I have started to like "EnhancedQoS". It simply describes what it does - Enhances the ASUS supplied QoS, making it better, stronger and faster. It may be a bit long for a...
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    AiMesh node from LAN port?

    I'm not doubting you but Asus does promote wrote backhaul: https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1035140/ AP may work better and I'll try it in the near future to see if it works better. Thanks for the info. - L
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    AiMesh node from LAN port?

    Thanks! I'll look into giving that a try. We have a similar usage. A hitch while walking wouldn't be an issue. - L
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    AiMesh node from LAN port?

    Do you use the same SID for your main router and your AP's? Do you roam between them or disconnect reconnect if you want to switch? I assume you choose different channels to minimize interference. Anything else you do special in your configurations? I'm hoping for a relatively seamless...
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    AiMesh node from LAN port?

    Not a mesh expert here, but my take on it is if you do a wired backhaul, you eliminate that wireless traffic from your environment, eliminating congestion and collisions. In my case, where my primary router is located and where i want the second router causes the second router to not get a...
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    AiMesh node from LAN port?

    JGN0123 - How did your chip swap go? I actually have my router with the blown WAN port actively participating in my AIMesh!!! I ended up googling a bit about blown WAN ports and ran into some posts about people using the Dual WAN option to get past this issue, but not as a node in a AIMesh -...
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    AiMesh node from LAN port?

    I popped mine open and have no obvious part has given up the electronic ghost. I know we had a lightning strike when it went dead, along with a switch that died at the same time. It was worth a try. - L
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    AiMesh node from LAN port?

    Great question. I have one in the same situation. Tried in August, but wired backhaul didn’t work and wireless backhaul didn’t have a good signal. Waiting to see what others suggest and for some time to dig deeper myself. - L
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    [Release] FreshJR Adaptive QOS (Improvements / Custom Rules / and Inner workings)

    It's all a bit fuzzy now - but I know I did multiple reboots and/or QOS restarts and waited, but didn't see the button. My router setup isn't too involved, so a factory reset only takes a few minutes to get back to a working state. It appeared right away after the factory reset and re-install...
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    [Release] FreshJR Adaptive QOS (Improvements / Custom Rules / and Inner workings)

    @FreshJR. Thank you for the updated QOS Scripts. I just updated from an older Merlin release and your old v1 script to the latest Merlin and your latest script. That was easy. I did have an issue when I first updated Merlin and added your QOS script. I couldn't see your customizaton button...
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    [Release] FreshJR Adaptive QOS (Improvements / Custom Rules / and Inner workings)

    I did some testing and can confirm using pscp without using -p (preserve file attributes): The first time you copy a file, it gets default permissions of 644. If the file exists, it preserves the current permissions. Per this Putty Wish List entry, you can see that the default is to preserve...
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    [Release] FreshJR Adaptive QOS (Improvements / Custom Rules / and Inner workings)

    Yes - CrashPlan does allow you to set a DSCP packet mark - so in theory I could have had QOS control. In practice, some of my initial investigations gave info that Windows 7 clients didn't allow setting DSCP by apps - overwriting it. I never actually sniffed the packets to check it out, but...
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