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[Solved] User defined priority qos missing after firmware upgrade on rt-ac750

Discussion in 'ASUS AC Routers & Adapters' started by D-Zs, Aug 19, 2019.

  1. D-Zs

    D-Zs New Around Here

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    I was helping my sister with her wifi. She only has a 15/1mbit connection, and everytime one of her kids uploaded a video to snapchat and such, the connection would drop and pings were above 3000.

    So I managed to fix it by setting the upload to 40% in the user-defined priority QoS. Then I noticed that a new firmware was available, so I updated the router, and now the user defined priority QoS is gone!

    I am able to set the QoS for upload and download but only as mb/s which isn't useful, as I need to make it 400 kb/s.


    I have tried to find older firmware, and downgraded to **3.0.0.4.380\_7378** which was the oldest version I could find, but the function is still missing.

    Any tips as to how I can restrict the upload to 40% in some other way, or perhaps know where I can find even older firmware than I have found already?
     
  2. RMerlin

    RMerlin Super Moderator

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    Post a screenshot of your QoS page. The settings should definitely still exist, however they might have moved since that very old 380_xxxx firmware.

    I do not recommend running an older firmware, as you will expose your network to a number of security issues that have been resolved over the years.
     
  3. D-Zs

    D-Zs New Around Here

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    Hi, thanks for the reply. I finally got it working last night :)