Cannot change Up and Down rate in QoS (Archer AC1600)

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Cannot change Up and Down rate in QoS (Archer AC1600)
Cannot change Up and Down rate in QoS (Archer AC1600)
2021-05-17 17:14:30
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Hi everyone,

 

I have set up my new Archer VR600v and was testing the download / upload speed. However, I have realized that the speed results are not true. The rates in the QoS are different than the numbers I used to have. I cannot those fields. The user guides tells that it is possible to do. How can I do that?

 

Do I need to contact my ISP?

 

Cheers!

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Re:Cannot change Up and Down rate in QoS (Archer AC1600)
2021-05-18 09:06:52

@kayai13 

 

Hey

 

Can you tell us what speeds you are getting during your tests?

 

From the screenshot your bandwidth (line speed) is  ~ 64 mbps down and 12 mbps up.   QOS upload bandwidth is set at 100mbps which is roughly 8 times faster than you are capable of.

 

If you can provide the speed test details that would help!

 

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Re:Cannot change Up and Down rate in QoS (Archer AC1600)
2021-05-18 09:27:23

@Philbert 

 

Hi,

The speed test shows 58 mbits up and 10 mbits down. As per contract, my line is provided with 100 up / 100 down.

I just need the option to edit these numbers. Is there a way to enable that?

 

Thanks!

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Re:Cannot change Up and Down rate in QoS (Archer AC1600)
2021-05-18 09:35:17

@kayai13 

 

Hey

 

The speed tests you are seeing at   58 / 10 would be what I expect as your line is reading   64 / 12   its inside the margin of error.

 

If you are paying for 100  /  100 then you need to speak to your ISP as you are currently getting   64  / 12  as indicated by the router, those number are not able to be edited, they are what your router is getting from your phone line in terms of speeds.

 

Being honest,   100 / 100  doesn't sound to me to be correct.   ADSL and VDSL (i think you are vdsl) have a much faster download vs upload, usually an 8:1 ratio.     My current FTTP connection for example is 960 down and 150 up

 

I recommend you check with your ISP first

 

 

 

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