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mattiadj

New Around Here
Hello to all,
i have a fiber ont zte f6005 connected to wan of RT-AX92U. I have a problem with upload speed. On speed test, speeds are ok but when i try to upload a single file the speed is very slow (about 15 Mb/s...i have 1000 Mb/s speed in upload).
If i upload multiple files i have 15 Mb/s for each file and so the global speed is very hight.
To fix this i have no ENABLE Traditional qos but in this way i have full upload speed but my download speed is capped to 400 Mb/s (i have 1000/1000 fiber) in speed test and during normal using so my speed is capped!

I have changed different cable, different pc but the only way to have a full speed upload is to have qos enable but in this way i have problem in download speed.

I have tried the latest merlin fork but the situation is the same!

Please help!

Thanks
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
Hello to all,
i have a fiber ont zte f6005 connected to wan of RT-AX92U. I have a problem with upload speed. On speed test, speeds are ok but when i try to upload a single file the speed is very slow (about 15 Mb/s...i have 1000 Mb/s speed in upload).
If i upload multiple files i have 15 Mb/s for each file and so the global speed is very hight.
To fix this i have no ENABLE Traditional qos but in this way i have full upload speed but my download speed is capped to 400 Mb/s (i have 1000/1000 fiber) in speed test and during normal using so my speed is capped!

I have changed different cable, different pc but the only way to have a full speed upload is to have qos enable but in this way i have problem in download speed.

I have tried the latest merlin fork but the situation is the same!

Please help!

Thanks

Can you test with a PC wired to the ONT, bypassing the router?

OE
 

mattiadj

New Around Here
Here my wan ip.
 

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degrub

Part of the Furniture
Use that as your static address and see if you can connect to the ONT and test speed directly with your pc
 

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