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Thread: Sequence lag on high numbered channels. Help?

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    Just Wondering.....
    how well does the dd-wrt router work with unicast? I have several collected from over the years, various models. I believe -cheap routers- still have some purpose...

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    Default Re: Sequence lag on high numbered channels. Help?

    Quote Originally Posted by jcasterline View Post
    Just Wondering.....
    how well does the dd-wrt router work with unicast? I have several collected from over the years, various models. I believe -cheap routers- still have some purpose...
    Problem is unicast is not the recommended communication method for E1.31 over wireless, the required acknowledgment for each packet sent has a greater potential to create lag. In multicast if a packet is missed it is just dropped and the next one is sent on time.
    Matt

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    Default Re: Sequence lag on high numbered channels. Help?

    Quote Originally Posted by jcasterline View Post
    Just Wondering.....
    how well does the dd-wrt router work with unicast? I have several collected from over the years, various models. I believe -cheap routers- still have some purpose...
    I had heard the same as what Matt pointed out, however during my testing, I did try unicast to see if that would remedy any of the issues, and the behavior was the same, if not worse.

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    Default Re: Sequence lag on high numbered channels. Help?

    I'm gonna test some things this weekend(weather permitting). So far, I only have maybe 4 things wireless. Everything else is hardwired.

    Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk

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    Hi Guy's, I wish you well with the ESP's they are fantastic when they work, but may I refer those interested to my comments after our last years show, there is a thread on this site and I posted a similar one at :- https://diychristmas.org/vb1/showthr...-review!/page2

    All the best

    Terry
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