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post #471 of 534
edit: nevermind
was thinking you ment ethernet ports, not protocol ports
Edited by ffejrxx - 6/14/11 at 4:43pm
post #472 of 534
I have a Linksys WRT54G v8 and I have noticed significant slows (even connection drops) while using torrents. Would flashing to a custom firmware help with this issue?
post #473 of 534
most torrent software will use random ports

its best to configure the software to use 75-80% of your bandwidth
post #474 of 534
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edit: nevermind
was thinking you ment ethernet ports, not protocol ports
Hmm, is the way you recommended the best way to do what I've been trying to do? (using ports to prioritize the games)
post #475 of 534
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most torrent software will use random ports

its best to configure the software to use 75-80% of your bandwidth
The software (uTorrent) was configured to a little under 70% max bandwidth.
post #476 of 534
dd-wrt hasn a checkbox for 'Optimize for Gaming'
but is doesnt change anything

more info here
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Quality_of_Service
post #477 of 534
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Originally Posted by ffejrxx View Post
dd-wrt hasn a checkbox for 'Optimize for Gaming'
but is doesnt change anything

more info here
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Quality_of_Service
It does make a difference but only for old Blizzard games and the like, there is a list on the wiki somewhere.
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If I change the TX power in the wireless advanced options, can i see any gain in wireless range in my house besides the normal increased heat from the router?
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some range increase, im running my wrt54g v5 at 35mw, with with a small sb heatsink

ipods get full strength around the yard with it
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mine defaulted 71mw. no noticeable wall penetration?
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