I am pulling the hair trying to understand why I have upload speed limit of around Upload: 9.40 Mbit/s on device itself and devices behind AP. My network is not so complex but I use some VLANS. I have two devices; two Omnias one configured as main router and second one as dumb AP. On my main device (Omnia router) I am able to somewhat saturate the FTTH connection I have from ISP:
root@router:~# speedtest-cli --simple --secure
Ping: 15.074 ms
Download: 373.01 Mbit/s
Upload: 172.42 Mbit/s
Lets assume its as in the contract 400Mb/200Mb.
But on my other Omnia (the Access Point Omnia and devices connected to it) this looks like this:
root@ap:~# speedtest-cli --simple --secure
Ping: 24.601 ms
Download: 345.70 Mbit/s
Upload: 9.55 Mbit/s
Only egress direction is somehow limited to circa 10Mbit/s. And thats the weirdest part. Its the same for clients connected to AP via WiFi and via cable. I am using HBL TOS6.0 on both of them to be able to configure trunk port with LuCi.
Trunk with few VLANS on the devices; router’s tagged port is configured on lan4 and on the access point on eth2 (eth2/wan port added to br-lan to use it as dumb AP)
I checked negotiated speed between devices its Full duplex gigabit. There were 2 FCS_errors so I already ordered new ethernet patch-cords shielded cat6 cuz it might be the cables. But I doubt that.
I am willing to provide detailed configuration but could somebody point me into direction on what that might be. I am out of ideas here. Thanks!
P.S. There is one cake SQM configured on router WAN port to ged rid of bufferbloat and thats it.