MODEM -> CABLE - > 1st Router - > Wi Fi -> 2st Router (TL-WR1043ND v4) -> CABLE -> PC
"I turned off acess to wi fi during test," i change the password and hide SSID
"And everything is connected to TL-WR1043NDv4, 0 devices on the other router."
I mean the only one thing connected to the 1st Router is 2st Router.
~ from home to the internet
"That is probably not going to happen, so we might be better off trying to figure out what exactly goes pear shaped, as is your issue-report is way to unspecific (in regards to how SQM is responsible, I am not doubting your data, but we need a hypothesis what exactly goes wrong before we can even think about updating SQM)."
Sure, I am grateful for your time ;d
"So you have two SSIDs on the same 2.4GHz radio and use one as uplink to the other router 2: and the other to connect to your router 3:? And instantiating SQM on router 3:'s LAN bridge (which includes the RTX ON SSID) helps with your issues?"
The 1st Router have hiden SSID, 2.4Ghz 40Mhz
2st Router have visible SSID, 2.4Ghz 40Mhz, the bandwith is limited in SQM as you can check on previus post (the SQM only affect the Wi Fi not LAN, so the PC have full bandwith, but still if i try to do something with upload on PC i get droped frames). Vesterday i run my stream without SQM for 4 hours and i get only (0.3%) of drop it's probably ISP thing.
"And the next thing, if you need two routers would be to connect them with a wire to get rid of overloading your single?" It's probably the best option to do that kind of things, but i can't use the cable :C
"Good point, as a rule of thumb, you could run a speedtest and plug the net-goodput measured into the respective gross shaper rate field." Still nothing changed :C
Yea my bad, but i always test both for sure.