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qos showing my phones upload as download

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by bandit8623, Jan 21, 2020.

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  1. bandit8623

    bandit8623 Regular Contributor

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    i have found a bug that is interesting. ill post a screen here. all my devices are in qos upload just fine but my phone. i was doing a sms backup and its being read as download instead of upload.. i have 18 meg upload total and my qos isnt going to work properly with this happening. 384.13_2 68u

    as u can see my oneplus phone says downloading @9.9 but its actually uploading...

    wondering what other devices are getting this backwards..
    https://ibb.co/Fm4wj1g
     
  2. bbunge

    bbunge Very Senior Member

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    Do you happen to have IPV6 enabled? Might try to disable NAT Acceleration
     
  3. bandit8623

    bandit8623 Regular Contributor

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    i do. ill give it a shot
     
  4. bandit8623

    bandit8623 Regular Contributor

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    that fixed it. i turned both off, but guessing its the nat accel?
    edit. looks like it was ipv6. lturned back on nat and all is showing properly now

    thanks
     
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  5. bbunge

    bbunge Very Senior Member

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    I had that issue when I ran ipv6 6rd. Now waiting for native ipv6 whenever CenturyLink gets around to it. Also decided that CTF is more important than accurate up down stats. Still prefer my Asus even over a Netgear RBK50 that was given to me!
     
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  6. bandit8623

    bandit8623 Regular Contributor

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    Yeah ctf off seems to limit my speed tests to 120meg. Eventually ill get a newer asus router. As my 68u is getting dated. Hopefully this is not a bug in all asus and newer router's?