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i got a draytek router a vigor 2600+ and for some reason i get reduced download speeds when qos is enabled.
i enabled qos to provide priority to skype and email. but even when im not using skype or email the max download speed was lower at around 3mbit, without qos enabled i was able to get 4mbit download speeds, (do note and connection to isp was showing as 4 meg with both qos on and off).
could this be the issue of the router now being powerful enough to use qos on a 4meg line?
Joined: 10 May 2008 Posts: 1371 Location: Pacific North West, USA
Posted: Wed Jun 16, 2010 21:01 Post subject:
"For BitTorrent, many home users set up port forwarding on the TCP range 6881-6889. These ports must be directed to the computer running the BitTorrent client. If more than one computer on the network may run BitTorrent, a different range such as 6890-6899 or 6990-6999 can be used for each. Remember that BitTorrent uses ports in the 6881-6999 only."
Block all those ports by default.
Am sure your internet would greatly improve.
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