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Anime4000
post Jan 12 2020, 04:24 PM

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I guess D-Link using FastPath, while TP-Link using Interleaved.

ADSL FastPath:
Low latency but possible corruption on low SNR.

ADSL Interleaved:
Latency get higher due to Modem need shuffle ATM Frame and add Error Correction, and DSLAM had to hold ATM frame to arrange correct order and apply Error Correction.

If you can access Modem DSL modulation, try change some mode, ADSL or ADSL2+ or G.DMT or G.lite,

some modem like Asus DSL-AC52U, have G.Imp (Noise immunity) Asus capable to eliminate noise on FastPath mode, like Interleaved on steroids
Anime4000
post Jan 14 2020, 11:17 PM

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QUOTE(Rainings @ Jan 14 2020, 11:03 PM)
this Dlink modem is the shittest modem that i ever used.
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Maybe yours have bad unit?
My friend using it with 8Mbps streamyx and with WiFi, no problem at all,

Try this, for last efforts

for 2.4GHz:
802.11n only (802.11b/g is ancient, set N only)
40MHz Bandwidth (double wide, more lane)
Channel 3 (some client can't connect lower band, just in case)

for 5GHz
802.11ac only (802.11a is ancient support only 20MHz width, 802.11n is better at 2.4GHz for range)
80MHz Bandwidth (triple wide at cost of range)

explicit wireless generation, 802.11n for 2.4GHz, 802.11ac for 5GHz, just to reduce router SoC CPU

 

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