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Author Topic: Slow Internet Performance Android Smartphones using DIR-890L (WORK AROUND)  (Read 27496 times)

RoomTenONine

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Hello!

I created an account here to post this additional solution that worked for me.  I hooked up a brand new 890L this week.  It shipped with the 1.03 FW.  Using the proper FW upgrade method I loaded the latest 1.07 with the security fix.  All seemed to be going really well, except mobile devices were crawling when on WiFi.  With the 890L, a Moto Surfboard supporting DOCSIS 3 and my 150MB/s Comcast connection; I was able to pull down almost the full 150mb/s from areas across my house.  Mobile devices were hanging on loading web pages no matter what.  This occurred on my Nexus 6, my wife's iPhone 5 and a friends iPhone 6.

I quickly found the support FAQ that suggested you turn off IPV6 entirely for a quick workaround fix.  That did work, but I was convinced there had to be a way to get IPV6 running and getting mobile devices to play nice.  After reading about IPV6 and Comcast's implementation I was able to settle into a working IPV6 setup with no mobile issues on wifi.  I can't guarantee this will work for you, but it definitely is for me on Comcast (Pennsylvania).

In the router settings > Internet > IPV6 tab I have the following config:

     My Internet Connection Is: Auto Configuration SLAAC/DHCPv6
     DNS Type: Obtain a DNS server address automatically
     Enable DHCP-PD: Enabled
     Enable Automatic IPv6 Address Assignment: Enabled
     Enable Automatic DHCP-PD in LAN: Enabled
     Autoconfiguration Type: SLAAC+Stateless DHCP
     Router Advertisement Lifetime: blank


Hope this helps!
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Thanks for this information. Hope it comes in handly for current and future users. We may made this a FAQ.

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Hello!

I created an account here to post this additional solution that worked for me.  I hooked up a brand new 890L this week.  It shipped with the 1.03 FW.  Using the proper FW upgrade method I loaded the latest 1.07 with the security fix.  All seemed to be going really well, except mobile devices were crawling when on WiFi.  With the 890L, a Moto Surfboard supporting DOCSIS 3 and my 150MB/s Comcast connection; I was able to pull down almost the full 150mb/s from areas across my house.  Mobile devices were hanging on loading web pages no matter what.  This occurred on my Nexus 6, my wife's iPhone 5 and a friends iPhone 6.

I quickly found the support FAQ that suggested you turn off IPV6 entirely for a quick workaround fix.  That did work, but I was convinced there had to be a way to get IPV6 running and getting mobile devices to play nice.  After reading about IPV6 and Comcast's implementation I was able to settle into a working IPV6 setup with no mobile issues on wifi.  I can't guarantee this will work for you, but it definitely is for me on Comcast (Pennsylvania).

In the router settings > Internet > IPV6 tab I have the following config:

     My Internet Connection Is: Auto Configuration SLAAC/DHCPv6
     DNS Type: Obtain a DNS server address automatically
     Enable DHCP-PD: Enabled
     Enable Automatic IPv6 Address Assignment: Enabled
     Enable Automatic DHCP-PD in LAN: Enabled
     Autoconfiguration Type: SLAAC+Stateless DHCP
     Router Advertisement Lifetime: blank

Hope this helps!
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Re: Slow Internet Performance Android Smartphones using DIR-890L (WORK AROUND)
« Reply #47 on: November 02, 2015, 01:37:33 PM »

I am also in PA with Comcast   This solution worked for me.

THANKS!!!!!!!



Hello!

I created an account here to post this additional solution that worked for me.  I hooked up a brand new 890L this week.  It shipped with the 1.03 FW.  Using the proper FW upgrade method I loaded the latest 1.07 with the security fix.  All seemed to be going really well, except mobile devices were crawling when on WiFi.  With the 890L, a Moto Surfboard supporting DOCSIS 3 and my 150MB/s Comcast connection; I was able to pull down almost the full 150mb/s from areas across my house.  Mobile devices were hanging on loading web pages no matter what.  This occurred on my Nexus 6, my wife's iPhone 5 and a friends iPhone 6.

I quickly found the support FAQ that suggested you turn off IPV6 entirely for a quick workaround fix.  That did work, but I was convinced there had to be a way to get IPV6 running and getting mobile devices to play nice.  After reading about IPV6 and Comcast's implementation I was able to settle into a working IPV6 setup with no mobile issues on wifi.  I can't guarantee this will work for you, but it definitely is for me on Comcast (Pennsylvania).

In the router settings > Internet > IPV6 tab I have the following config:

     My Internet Connection Is: Auto Configuration SLAAC/DHCPv6
     DNS Type: Obtain a DNS server address automatically
     Enable DHCP-PD: Enabled
     Enable Automatic IPv6 Address Assignment: Enabled
     Enable Automatic DHCP-PD in LAN: Enabled
     Autoconfiguration Type: SLAAC+Stateless DHCP
     Router Advertisement Lifetime: blank


Hope this helps!
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Re: Slow Internet Performance Android Smartphones using DIR-890L (WORK AROUND)
« Reply #48 on: November 02, 2015, 01:38:54 PM »

Thanks for posting feed back.

Enjoy.  ;)

I am also in PA with Comcast   This solution worked for me.

THANKS!!!!!!!



Hello!

I created an account here to post this additional solution that worked for me.  I hooked up a brand new 890L this week.  It shipped with the 1.03 FW.  Using the proper FW upgrade method I loaded the latest 1.07 with the security fix.  All seemed to be going really well, except mobile devices were crawling when on WiFi.  With the 890L, a Moto Surfboard supporting DOCSIS 3 and my 150MB/s Comcast connection; I was able to pull down almost the full 150mb/s from areas across my house.  Mobile devices were hanging on loading web pages no matter what.  This occurred on my Nexus 6, my wife's iPhone 5 and a friends iPhone 6.

I quickly found the support FAQ that suggested you turn off IPV6 entirely for a quick workaround fix.  That did work, but I was convinced there had to be a way to get IPV6 running and getting mobile devices to play nice.  After reading about IPV6 and Comcast's implementation I was able to settle into a working IPV6 setup with no mobile issues on wifi.  I can't guarantee this will work for you, but it definitely is for me on Comcast (Pennsylvania).

In the router settings > Internet > IPV6 tab I have the following config:

     My Internet Connection Is: Auto Configuration SLAAC/DHCPv6
     DNS Type: Obtain a DNS server address automatically
     Enable DHCP-PD: Enabled
     Enable Automatic IPv6 Address Assignment: Enabled
     Enable Automatic DHCP-PD in LAN: Enabled
     Autoconfiguration Type: SLAAC+Stateless DHCP
     Router Advertisement Lifetime: blank


Hope this helps!
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Re: Slow Internet Performance Android Smartphones using DIR-890L (WORK AROUND)
« Reply #49 on: November 11, 2015, 07:26:16 PM »

Wonder if this beta fixes this?
http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=63787.0
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