RT-AC5300 Smart Connection Rules

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raion969

Regular Contributor
Hey Guys,

I just wanted to know which smart connections do you use or is the standart better. I mostly do gaming and i what to Limit the other mobile Devices that i dont get bufferbloat/flotating ping.
 

JDB

Very Senior Member
Your Wi-fi settings won’t be affecting your bufferbloat etc. More likely you need to sort QOS out.


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raion969

Regular Contributor
@JDB but if a mobile devices uses network data it will generate a littlebit of ping/bufferbloat performance loss wtf ?? Wifi and lan are not 2 seperat connections
 

JDB

Very Senior Member
@JDB but if a mobile devices uses network data it will generate a littlebit of ping/bufferbloat performance loss wtf ?? Wifi and lan are not 2 seperat connections

Unless you’ve got 4-5 devices all hammering 500Mbps transfers at the same time, your Wi-fi is not adding significantly to your jitter/latency/bloat. The bottleneck is the WAN side, trust me!


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raion969

Regular Contributor
is enabled load balance not so good ?
 

JDB

Very Senior Member
is enabled load balance not so good ?

No, as all it does is split the devices over the radios. You are better to separate devices by connection type (n/ac) than randomly spreading them around.


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