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Author Topic: 880L Crashes and Reboots When Connecting to 5GHz With QOS Enabled  (Read 17504 times)

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Re: 880L Crashes and Reboots When Connecting to 5GHz With QOS Enabled
« Reply #30 on: May 26, 2015, 07:11:56 AM »

Any status on this?  ???

Sorry, I wasn't being notified of these posts. I gave up. Contacted D-Link call centre many times and L1/L2 just fumble around uselessly. I get told they have to escalate it to level nth and nobody ever calls back. Rinse and repeat. All relevant info is in this thread already I think.

My MBP works fine on AC5ghz, as does my Galaxy S5. Then I implement QOS for any device (I want a Windows PC to have priority). I boot up my MBP, it tries to connect, then we get a crash/boot cycle on the router.
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Re: 880L Crashes and Reboots When Connecting to 5GHz With QOS Enabled
« Reply #31 on: May 29, 2016, 04:29:22 PM »

Sorry about bumping an old thread but i had to make an account to thank you and add that this exact issue is also present on the DIR-868L Hardware Version: B1   Firmware Version: 2.03 (latest at time of posting) I've tried older firmwares too.. Router would immediately reboot the moment any device in my home attempted to connect to 5Ghz network while QoS was enabled. I've lived for a few months just on 2.4Ghz so i could use QoS but i need the bandwidth of 5Ghz for streaming my screens at reasonable speed and resolution for steam link and PC to google cardboard VR. Thanks for the tip! Hopefully new firmware down the road? :( I do love QoS..
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Re: 880L Crashes and Reboots When Connecting to 5GHz With QOS Enabled
« Reply #32 on: May 29, 2016, 04:45:31 PM »

I've never seen QoS work... ever. Not on my old Netgears, Not on this D-Link, not on my employers enterprise grade WAN optimiser. It's a made-up fallacy used to sell hardware, just like self cleaning ovens. It doesn't actually work, but people wouldn't buy it otherwise. It should be illegal to advertise a feature that doesn't do what it's supposed to do.

http://lifehacker.com/5935519/stop-using-your-ovens-self-cleaning-feature-it-does-more-harm-than-good
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Re: 880L Crashes and Reboots When Connecting to 5GHz With QOS Enabled
« Reply #33 on: May 29, 2016, 05:01:02 PM »

I was wondering about that actually.. It sounds amazing on paper but i cant say i have ever noticed a difference with QoS. My internet doesn't ever get more than 1Mbit upload so the moment anyone starts uploading anything from a photo to a video the internet becomes useless for the duration of the upload. If you're in a call it's done, if you're on a game it's 500-1000ms ping etc. Thought QoS would be a life saver but really i just wish i could limit the raw upload speed of any device to no more than 0.5Mbit as the QoS wasn't helping..
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Re: 880L Crashes and Reboots When Connecting to 5GHz With QOS Enabled
« Reply #34 on: May 29, 2016, 05:16:42 PM »

I run an online radio station. All I want is the traffic on one port, from a particular local IP, egress, to be stable. It's only a source client, (I have a well endowed distro server upstream) so it only requires a steady 128kbs on a 3mb up link. But no. As soon as anyone drops a large file into their Dropbox, the whole thing grinds to a halt.
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Re: 880L Crashes and Reboots When Connecting to 5GHz With QOS Enabled
« Reply #35 on: May 30, 2016, 09:58:58 AM »

Please post this over on the 868L forum please as we'll try and help you out:
http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?board=392.0

Thank you.

Sorry about bumping an old thread but i had to make an account to thank you and add that this exact issue is also present on the DIR-868L Hardware Version: B1   Firmware Version: 2.03 (latest at time of posting) I've tried older firmwares too.. Router would immediately reboot the moment any device in my home attempted to connect to 5Ghz network while QoS was enabled. I've lived for a few months just on 2.4Ghz so i could use QoS but i need the bandwidth of 5Ghz for streaming my screens at reasonable speed and resolution for steam link and PC to google cardboard VR. Thanks for the tip! Hopefully new firmware down the road? :( I do love QoS..
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Re: 880L Crashes and Reboots When Connecting to 5GHz With QOS Enabled
« Reply #36 on: May 30, 2016, 10:03:03 AM »

Your still having QoS issues?

This issue you originally posted about still present?  ???
What FW version do you have loaded currently?

QoS has been working for me and works well aside the enabling and operation of it on prior FW versions.



I run an online radio station. All I want is the traffic on one port, from a particular local IP, egress, to be stable. It's only a source client, (I have a well endowed distro server upstream) so it only requires a steady 128kbs on a 3mb up link. But no. As soon as anyone drops a large file into their Dropbox, the whole thing grinds to a halt.
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