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    amtm AMTM - NTP not ready, check that router time is synced

    So how do you make the router update "ntp_ready" in the nvram?? I tried: service restart_ntp service restart_ntpd service start_ntp service start_ntpd I tried changing the NTP servers through the webUI... I tried running NTP and NTPD from the command line finally I just: nvram set...
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    [Solved] Access to internal servers through VPN.

    So to let you all in on a little secret!!!! It was an E.U. Issue My Apache2 config(/etc/apache2/apache2.conf) used with DietPi was set to: <Directory /> Require local </Directory> it needed to be: Require all granted When that was changed it did work as expected both from inside the VPN...
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    Using my phone wifi to provide my AC86U with net access?

    If you have a second router: Phone (( - )) Other Router <-----> AC86U (( - )) = Wireless <-----> = Wired
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    [Solved] Access to internal servers through VPN.

    I don't know if I am missing something or what? I have a VPN Client connection established for one client on my network. The VPN is on and "Force Internet traffic through tunnel" is set to "Policy Rules (strict)" "Block routed clients if tunnel goes down" is YES The clients IP is in the "Rules...
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    That is close to what I am getting... 350 to 400(the highest I have seen)
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    Well... Specifically it would just be a feature... spdMerlin 1) All the original functionality of spdMerlin 2) Modify QOS values based on Speed tests 3) Modity Traffic Control based on... (I dont know how that works... I am just working on the surrounding code) OR AutoBW could run its own...
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    @Jack Yaz Fun... Let us know. Right now we just read the last X lines from: /jffs/addons/spdmerlin.d/csv/Uploaddaily_WAN.htm and /jffs/addons/spdmerlin.d/csv/Downloaddaily_WAN.htm To get the values. We will just need to know where you put the data in the future
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    From the spdMerlin OP: spdMerlin uses SpeedTest CLI If the speeds from this utility are significantly lower than those you see from the desktop app/browser test, the limiting factor will be your router's CPU. That being said, there is probably room for improvement/optimisation by the Ookla team...
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    Follow up to testing... The only settings that stay after reboot are the QOS settings. They can be put back in the WebUI
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    What are you seeing?? Is the router faster or slower?? What are the values?? Some general info here https://www.snbforums.com/threads/autobw-automatically-set-qos-bandwidth-using-spdmerlin.63067/page-5#post-567791
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    I am not saying they are wrong!! I am saying I dont know enough about them They may be great!! and Im pretty sure the changes are lost after reboot... unless the TC settings are in the NVRAM. I know the QOS will stay
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    I can not speak for everybody and I have worked on the code but... I have not implemented it!! AS OF VERSION 1.5 The code takes the measured values from a spdMerlin and uses those values to calculate QOS values and Traffic Control Values(called tc). I am not familiar with "Traffic Control"...
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    AutoBW: Automatically set QoS bandwidth using spdMerlin

    Did you edit the code to change : #Test Mode (run and calculate but do not make any changes) # meaning no "nvram commit" or "tc class change" commands # will be executed # 1 = test mode (no changes), 0 = make permenant changes test_mode=0
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    Happy birthday to us

    I just started 6 months ago but THANKS!!!!
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