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Scratch getting a new modem part, your router will be able to get a dynamic ip from the current all in one. Set the isp provided all in one to bridge mode, as the default is routed bridge, and it will only work as a modem, hopefully bypassing the qos. If that doesn't help, try getting a new modem.
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Originally Posted by cky2k6 View Post

Scratch getting a new modem part, your router will be able to get a dynamic ip from the current all in one. Set the isp provided all in one to bridge mode, as the default is routed bridge, and it will only work as a modem, hopefully bypassing the qos. If that doesn't help, try getting a new modem.

Thank you, REP+.

Also I found out that QoS was actually not enabled in my modem so I will try to fiddle with things and maybe I'll get a bit more out of it
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