After having considerable issues with my ISP provided router I decided to go for the R7800 with a OpenWRT install, I have installed the latest hnyman build and then installed Cake using the piece of cake option. This took me to A+ A+ A on DSLreports, normally what would happen on my network is that someone would be on a Xbox One and then it would update and patch a game and everyone would suffer and buffer until this had finished. Expecially when watching videosm it wouldn't be possible.
So I set a test going with the Xbox downloading and then trying to stream some videos, it worked and the video no longer buffered. I noticed that the download for the Xbox kept starting and stopping until it went into a failed queue on there to start after the next update had downloaded.
I thought nothing of it and carried on, I moved onto another test by starting a file download from the PC and see if video can still be streamed as this is another issue in the house. I set a HTTPS download going in NZBGET and tried to see if two streams would play whilst this was happening, one would play, the other would just stop and not continue until the file download was stopped.
I have 64Mbps download and 20Mbps upload, the file download was getting around 62Mbps, it was going up and down but not by a massive amount, pretty soon after one video would start the second one would stop.The devices were wireless but both had >700Mbps connecion rate to the router.
As I am new to this I had just hoped that this would share the connection fairly between all the devices but it could be that I just don't understand what the hell it should be and is doing which is far more likely.
Any guidance would be appreciated, thanks...