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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    The days, and the actions I've taken over those days, are starting to blur together :) . But yes, I have done factory resets (with initialization) several times lately. It all comes down to that USB mode option. In 3.0 mode, 50% reduction in upload speeds. In 2.0 mode, full speed. Maybe my...
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    I hear ya! Makes no sense at all. Once my account is approved for posting on Asus's site, I'm going to mention it over there.
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    My iPerf testing was done every which way but loose. :) LAN<->LAN LAN<->WAN and back again (going out to a friend and from his system back into me..... I'm ssh'd into a system at his house)
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    I've never had a drive plugged into this router (and have no need too) so leaving it in USB 2.0 mode isn't an issue. Just weird that for me, it made a clear difference and is reproducible.
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    For me, yes.... if I switch it back to USB 3.0 mode, the upload speed gets cut in half so it's 100% reproducible.
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    I think I fixed it? In the most bizarre way imaginable though........... To my friend: ------------------------------------------------------------ Client connecting to x.x.x.x, TCP port 5001 TCP window size: 85.0 KByte (default) ------------------------------------------------------------ [...
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    Flow Timer Interval = 10000 millisecs Pkt-HW Activate Deferral rate = 1 Pkt-HW Idle Deactivate = 0 Pkt-SW Activate Deferral count = 0 Flow Low Pkt Rate = 10 Acceleration Mode: <L2 & L3> MCast Learning <Disabled> MCast Acceleration IPv4<Enabled> IPv6<Enabled> IPv6...
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    If I get some spare time, and I'm really bored :) , I'll try different machines. I'm at the point now where I just want to throw my hands up. I've been banging my head against the wall the past few days trying to figure this out and it's getting frustrating. I'm convinced it's the router.
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    Wasn't using the 2.5Gbe port. Both test units were plugged into the normal LAN ports.
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    At the time, no. I re-did the test just now, my kids were rather upset :) ....... but wireless was disabled and nothing plugged in (even tried disconnecting the ONT) and it made no difference.
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    Not sure why I didn't try that earlier (LAN to LAN iPerf) :) ....... but this is giving me anywhere from 500-730Mbps with both systems hardwired. Maybe I do indeed have a defective router?! (During testing AIProtection, QoS and Traffic Analysis were all turned off.
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    In a thread that I referenced earlier, somebody did that and it fixed their problem. All of my testing is being done while hard wired directly into the AX86U. Factory reset with it in normal (router) mode and real world uploads are half of what they should be. Using it in AP mode (dumb switch)...
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    When I was doing my router reset, I did it both ways (using the tiny button on the back) and from within the GUI, and picking the 'initialization' option. Both times, as SOON as the router came up, I did not restore the backup file and carried out my FTP, scp, iPerf tests and speed was limited...
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    AX86U and AT&T 1 gig upload speed problem

    Been reading on some other sites about my problems and keep seeing mention of 'NAT acceleration, hardware acceleration, hardware NAT, Cut Through, Flow Acceleration'.... where in the world are these settings? I've combed over all my options and don't see that stuff listed anywhere. My WAN type...
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