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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]

It would be a pity if the LAN aggregation and WAN aggregation become mutually exclusive. Hopefully they leave the LAN 1 and 2 ports for LAN aggregation exclusively and use one of the other LAN ports for WAN aggregation.


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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]

Would you show us some screenshots of any QoS functionality in the RAX120?


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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]


@kc6108 wrote:

Would you show us some screenshots of any QoS functionality in the RAX120?


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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]

Well? What's the verdict? Was WAN aggregation added? QoS? DFS? All DFS channels?

 

Also, are you liking the RAX120 any better now?

 

Screenshots please.


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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]


@kc6108 wrote:

Well? What's the verdict? Was WAN aggregation added? QoS? DFS? All DFS channels?

 

Also, are you liking the RAX120 any better now?

 

Screenshots please.


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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]


@Redtulips7 wrote:

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This is awesome! Netgear took my advice to allow QoS to be turned on for upload only. This is huge for folks with assymetrical gigabit Internet.

 

Now QoS can be turned on to help combat bufferbloat without crippling download speeds.

 

Thank you Netgear!


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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]

To be more specific, this is incredibly helpful when your Internet connection's upload speed is <100Mbps.


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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]

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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]

I got one at Best Buy on the 10th, the upload QoS is actually pretty good getting good scores on bufferbloat tests, a bit more consistent than streamboost on the R7800.

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Re: Nighthawk x10[R9000] To Nighthawk AX12 [RAX120]

After I reading a couple posts regarding the QoS in the RAX120, I took a quick glance at its source code. Unfortunately, it was older code from a couple firmware releases back, but it looked like there were several flavors of QoS/AQM/SQM compiled in. Everything from qos-scripts to fq_codel. It didn't look like QoS had been fully implemented yet, but they've obviously implemented something.

 

Thanks for posting your thoughts...


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