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    Question TL-ER6120 - Bandwidth Control does not work

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    Hardware Version: TL-ER6120 v2.0
    Firmware Version: 2.0.0 Build 20170406 Rel.40005


    Hello,
    I just bought a TL-ER6120 router and the Bandwidth Control does not work

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    Quote Originally Posted by snico54 View Post
    Model :

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    Hardware Version: TL-ER6120 v2.0
    Firmware Version: 2.0.0 Build 20170406 Rel.40005


    Hello,
    I just bought a TL-ER6120 router and the Bandwidth Control does not work
    What is your problem? How did you do the test? you only said “does not work". what is bandwidth of your WAN port? In my opinion, you have not configure the real bandwidth in WAN port setting.

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    Hello,


    We have a Wan 1 line at 10 Mbps via optical fiber and a Wan 2 line at 20 Mbps via optical fiber.
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    Whatever the bandwidth control rule implemented, I can not limit my speed
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    Thank you

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    Bandwidth Control

    Hello,

    Forgive me for my english, but the TL-ER6120 router has a problem since version 2.0 for the bandwidth control.


    Did you hear about this problem?

    cheers
    did you know about this

  5. #5
    Hello,


    excuse my English level, but snico54 is right, the Bandwidth Control function on the TL-ER6120 router does not work in firmware version 2.0
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    any news?

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by Tolivier View Post
    Hello,


    excuse my English level, but snico54 is right, the Bandwidth Control function on the TL-ER6120 router does not work in firmware version 2.0
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    Hi dude, I also has one piece and have 100M bandwidth. Already tested the bandwidth control. It can work to limit it to 10M without any problem.

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by snico54 View Post
    Hello,


    We have a Wan 1 line at 10 Mbps via optical fiber and a Wan 2 line at 20 Mbps via optical fiber.
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    Whatever the bandwidth control rule implemented, I can not limit my speed
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    Thank you
    Is the speed 1372kbps? It already worked if so. You set it to 1000, right?

  9. #9
    1372ko/s = 10,976 Mbps and I set to the limit to 1000Kbps


    another test, I set the limit to 100 and i dowload to 2.1Mo/s

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    I think the TL-ER6120 V2 does not work while the V1 has to work

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by snico54 View Post
    1372ko/s = 10,976 Mbps and I set to the limit to 1000Kbps
    Sorry I don't know the ko/s. But if 1372ko/s=10976Mbps, which means 1372ko/s=1372MBps.
    As I l know, the ER6120 V2 NAT throughput is only 800Mbps, how can it be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibixa View Post
    Sorry I don't know the ko/s. But if 1372ko/s=10976Mbps, which means 1372ko/s=1372MBps.
    As I l know, the ER6120 V2 NAT throughput is only 800Mbps, how can it be?
    Sory for the data rate units!!!
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_r...bit_per_second

    1372ko/s X 8 = 10976 kbps = 10.976 Mbps = 1,372,000 bytes per second = 10,976,000 bits per second

    It does not matter!
    Whatever the bandwidth limit, it does not work!

    I put the limit to the minimum and I can download the maximum of my WAN

  12. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by snico54 View Post
    Sory for the data rate units!!!
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_r...bit_per_second

    1372ko/s X 8 = 10976 kbps = 10.976 Mbps = 1,372,000 bytes per second = 10,976,000 bits per second

    It does not matter!
    Whatever the bandwidth limit, it does not work!

    I put the limit to the minimum and I can download the maximum of my WAN
    Dude, I am a little confused. 1372ko/s X 8 = 10976 kbps = 10.976 Mbps
    So am I wrong if I say 1372ko/s=10.976/8 Mbps? It should be 1.372Mbps. Or could anyone else point out my mistake?

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    This is a forum about tp-link, or about ko/mo/kbps/mbps conversion? LOOL

    We buy an ER6020-V1 and it works well!
    I am convinced that there is a BUG on the ER6120-V2



    Can someone from TP-LINK check this?

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    Got it. The different is between bit and byte. 1ko/s=8kbps. I suggest you can contact TL-Link Support, but I am afraid it's not a firmware problem. My device can work normally.


 

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