pbix wrote:Your last post shows your CPU time is over 1.0 on your router and you have saturated your CPU. Everything becomes unpredictable in this situation.
To confirm cut your download speed (on the QoS download page) in half and you should see that your performance is then stable in time. That will confirm for you that you need a faster router.
Thanks for the feedback. I will try that next. I think I'll just have to accept losing that much speed if I want to use this router with QoS and ACC enabled. I turned QoS off again and downloaded the same file that earlier did between 6 and 7MiB/s with QoS and ACC. Without those, my speed was back to 13+MiB/s and the cpu only got up to .87 till the file finished. So quite a bit of difference.
Ok. Just tried your scenerio with QoS and ACC on, but total bandwidth changed from 160000 to 80000. CPU still climbed to well over 1 and at one point was higher than with bandwidth set to 160000. I guess I'll have to keep experimenting with it.