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Tutorial Achieve maximum throughput on D2K-FT10 (works on other devices as well)

bjarnco32

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Have you noticed your brand spanking new LTE-A device not providing the bandwidth you expected in your setup, despite having strong LTE signals in your area?

If yes, then it may be because of this fundamental network parameter that needs a little tweaking, that MAY give the needed boost.

Before you make changes, conduct a couple of speed tests first before, and then after you made the change for appreciation.
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Do note that there is no one-size-fits-all value for this setting. You need to experiment to find out what works for you to achieve your goal of maximum throughput (downloading, s†rêâmïng, etc.) or minimum latency (gaming), or stick with the optimal value.

Have fun tweaking your network. 😁
 

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Not sure why CA drops every once in a while. It happens to me as well. It may be the because of the nature of the signal or towers in the area, or a bug in the device code that only the device developers can troubleshoot and fix.


Lods, try ipv4 lang Ip type. Yan daw fixed sa disconnection ng D2k👍👍
 
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bjarnco32

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Lods, try ipv4 lang Ip type. Yan daw fixed sa disconnection ng D2k

Master Bjarnco, pwede pa pm yung shortcut na papakita yung download config at restore config without superadmin user and pass login. May ita try lang sana ako👍👍

Sa maintenanced yun, pero wala kac nakikita
The settings backup file is encrypted. You're free to try what else you can though.

Yes you will really not find it there because it is hidden from view. 😅 You need to inspect element the page to unhide it. Search the web for tutorials on how to unhide hidden elements in the page. They are hidden in div tags with display:none styling.
 
The settings backup file is encrypted. You're free to try what else you can though.

Yes you will really not find it there because it is hidden from view. 😅 You need to inspect element the page to unhide it. Search the web for tutorials on how to unhide hidden elements in the page. They are hidden in div tags with display:none styling.

Oks lang yan, Lods. Hehe. Medyo alam ko din yan, ganyan din nangyari dunsa fx-id3 sa updates ni Talino,
tinago nila upload firmware, Wala kac ako pc/laptop, nag retired na, hehe
 

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Oks lang yan, Lods. Hehe. Medyo alam ko din yan, ganyan din nangyari dunsa fx-id3 sa updates ni Talino,
tinago nila upload firmware, Wala kac ako pc/laptop, nag retired na, hehe
Sadly, you still need a desktop/laptop if you're into device modding. 😉
 
Sadly, you still need a desktop/laptop if you're into device modding. 😉

Master BJARNCO mukhang alam mo na rin telnet/ssh user and pass. Mukhang may meeting kau ni Master Jerome.

Plan pa naman sana pa remote yung isang D2k ko na parating, mukhang may katayan na naman za updates ni Talino
 

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Hindi po nag-work sa akin to.
*no superadmin access, w/ modified external antenna
Yes I imagine it will not fix the problem, and it may be just a placebo effect. How is it that changing IP type can have an impact on CA? Unless you have actual debug logs showing that this is the case, then all that advice is just hearsay. 🤷🏻

And you're welcome. 😊
 
Single band nalang gamitin mo, wala daw dc sabi ni Lodi Hawk Eye. Pero nagpa Superadmin na sya
Pag nag-speed test via Ookla lang naman ako nadi-DC, after ng DL speedtest magdi-DC na siya pag nag-start na UL speedtest. Wierd lang kasi pag sa fast(dot)com hindi naman nadi-DC.

Nag-try akong mag-add ng AVR tapos tinest ko yung scenario, hindi siya na-DC. Pero itra-try ko pa din ng madaming iteration baka naka-tsamba lang ako once.
 

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Pag nag-speed test via Ookla lang naman ako nadi-DC, after ng DL speedtest magdi-DC na siya pag nag-start na UL speedtest. Wierd lang kasi pag sa fast(dot)com hindi naman nadi-DC.

Nag-try akong mag-add ng AVR tapos tinest ko yung scenario, hindi siya na-DC. Pero itra-try ko pa din ng madaming iteration baka naka-tsamba lang ako once.
You should try using a more beefier power adapter, preferably one with higher than 1A that the stock one is rated at. It may be the case of an insufficient power that causes the unstable CA operation.
 
You should try using a more beefier power adapter, preferably one with higher than 1A that the stock one is rated at. It may be the case of an insufficient power that causes the unstable CA operation.
Tried 12V 2Amps, same experience. Sa AVR naman, with 15 iterations of speedtest hindi consistent. Sometimes nadi-DC, minsan hindi.

Ang weird lang kasi Sir, sa Ookla speed test lang siya nagma-manifest when it comes to fast.com (browser) Okay naman, actualy perfect across all iterations. Hindi sumablay even once.

Hmmm.. 🤔
 

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