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So should "Quality of Service Packet Scheduler" be enabled or not?


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Alright.. so packet scheduling..  90% of this time these will have no effect on your overall Internet speed.  The biggest speed increase will be on the Local Area Network aka LAN.  The only time you would see a Internet speed increase would be when you are using all of your bandwidth and some service was asking for more.  Depending on how you have the service setup it would/could be possible to either set a ranking for the traffic on which services should have priority.

As far as the difference on speeds, it could be as simple as testing with a test that is to small.  The smaller the test the more "burst" speed you are going to have leading to an unrealistic results...  The Comcast people are starting to see this big time with the new PowerBoost feature that Comcast is offering.

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Guest jeffwalker9999

Cox Cable - Las Vegas

does support it ,,, and is used heavy in IPV6 Protocol from what I have heard

aslo have heard ( may be incorrect) but helps with TOS

my 2 cents

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