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    Default Internet speed very slow

    Hi, I just installed untangle on my apu-board pc, specs:

    CPU Type: AMD GX-412TC SOC
    Architecture: amd64
    2GB RAM
    16GB SSD

    My problem is, without touching anything on the system, i get very very slow upload and download speeds, they vary between 5 and 50 mbit/s

    I've disabled packet logging, but it didn't change anything.

    Is my hardware just not capable of this? A clean ubuntu/debian install did the full 100/40 mbit/s my ISP is giving to me..

    I'll be thankful for every advice

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    Did you measure the download with /admin/index.do#config/network/troubleshooting/download ?

    Is QoS enabled? Is the WAN bandwidth setting correct? /admin/index.do#config/network/advanced/qos
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    1.2ghz quad core, probably junk NICs...

    Yes, you're under powered, but it should still be about 200mbit for the wall, the 5-50 thing makes me think the NICs are the real trouble, possible bus limitations on the mainboard too.
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    Sorry for the late reply, last time I tried to login I got a database error

    So, I don't know what it was, but I reinstalled and everything's working fine now.
    CPU and NICs are no limitation, the NICs push 800+ mbit/s, they are Intel NICs.

    QoS was not enabled, neither was any WAN Bandwith set, and even if it was, it would'nt do such crazy jumps.

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