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Thanks again darkside. I'm going to flash it to tomato tonight and see how that goes. The question of upgrading the connection to 20mb was just based on possibly freeing up enough bandwith so the netflix stream doesn't effect ping at all.

@Metal - retard proof as in a few clicks of a button to delegate bandwith, not having to set udp ports for a quake connection =/
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My DD-WRT router has QoS built in it lets me delegate max bandwidth per IP address. Which is nice but I don't use it... it sounds like this is what you need. I used it once worked great... cept I had no need for it since comcrap upped my internet from 6meg to 12meg... which is enough for my brother playing xbox.... me doing whatever I do... and my mom doing whatever she does (mostly email), and my sister who mostly does e-mail too... acually our internet is overkill for what we do... I could probably get by on the 1.5 economy plan but then I'd have to wait for updates to the computers I fix and build... I don't want to do that so its worth the extra 15 bucks...
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post #23 of 33
Upon reading through this thread, I have to agree with the suggestion to flash your drive. I'm sure it has more than capable hardware, but the firmware can't take advantage of it. Flash it, and report back because I would be interested in the results as well
post #24 of 33
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Thanks again darkside. I'm going to flash it to tomato tonight and see how that goes. The question of upgrading the connection to 20mb was just based on possibly freeing up enough bandwith so the netflix stream doesn't effect ping at all.

@Metal - retard proof as in a few clicks of a button to delegate bandwith, not having to set udp ports for a quake connection =/
Tomato is good too!

My router doesnt support it...
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I did alot of research for a router that would be easy to set up, not have to be power cycled every week or day (Linksys FTL).

Get this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-060-_-Product

Completely dependable, easy to set up, and prioritizes gaming packets.

Dont' buy Linksys, I used to be a big fan, but all their stuff starts to drop connections and need power cycling, which is really annoying to me. The DLink stays on 24/7 and never needs to be cycled.
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This is the one I use I attached a screenshot of the "gaming option"
http://www.cradlepoint.com/products/...bile-broadband

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post #27 of 33
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Originally Posted by 2thAche View Post
I did alot of research for a router that would be easy to set up, not have to be power cycled every week or day (Linksys FTL).

Get this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-060-_-Product

Completely dependable, easy to set up, and prioritizes gaming packets.

Dont' buy Linksys, I used to be a big fan, but all their stuff starts to drop connections and need power cycling, which is really annoying to me. The DLink stays on 24/7 and never needs to be cycled.
I'm pretty sure he needs wireless.
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post #28 of 33
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Thank-you for the responses all. Will tomato allow me to assign a real-time cap on bandwith to a user? For example, will it allow me to say X user can't use more than 500kb/s for anything? Since there's three of us, I'm just going to divvy it up in thirds.
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post #29 of 33
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Thank-you for the responses all. Will tomato allow me to assign a real-time cap on bandwith to a user? For example, will it allow me to say X user can't use more than 500kb/s for anything? Since there's three of us, I'm just going to divvy it up in thirds.
Dude, when your talking about QoS (packet priority and bandwidth allocation) you're no longer in the retarded proof stages of networking.

Any router with WW-RT support or whatever it's called, will make **** happen.. Just wait for someone to correct me to find out what it's called..

Buy
wait
receive
setup
profit

in that order.
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Dude, when your talking about QoS (packet priority and bandwidth allocation) you're no longer in the retarded proof stages of networking.

Any router with WW-RT support or whatever it's called, will make **** happen.. Just wait for someone to correct me to find out what it's called..

Buy
wait
receive
setup
profit

in that order.
Right about the non-retard order...however I was looking to possibly spend a bit more and get an easier interface to use for what I would like...however it sounds like tomato will do the trick for me...the question above still stands about data restrictions.

Also, I am grasping to completely understand your reply.
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