By enabling SQM with the settings mentioned against eth1 (this is the modem module) this is just allowing the fastest speed to be transferred out of the mofi, it’s not required for the disconnect fix but you likely won’t achieve the fastest speed without it.chuckkemp wrote: ↑Fri Oct 16, 2020 4:02 pmClick on "Status" under the General Tab. You'll then get a report and under IPV4, will tell you how long you've been receiving internet and if you look above under "System" you can find out how long since your router restarted. From what I've seen the last two firmware updates just stopped the router from letting the internet freeze and once it detects that it restarts the IPV4 service precluding the need to either log in and perform a reboot or just powering down/up to restart the router. Their new method is faster than a reboot and will suffice for me until they can get a real fix, but from what I'm reading this issue isn't jut with MoFi and seems to be ATT centered.
On other routers I only enable SQM when I’m connected to a gateway or another router through the wan port. When this occurs I enable SQM against the wan port, cake, set the up/down rate to 95-100% theoretical speed, link overhead to Ethernet with a byte rate of 22.
When cascading routers through lan I’ve not yet tried using sqm but I know it’s possible by isolating the lan port used as the wan port into its own vlan and the targeting that for the adapter.