troubleshooting Question

Slow browsing after advanced network configutation

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All of the computers on my network have slow browsing for the last few days. When I plug directly into the modems, skipping the router, browsing is no problem And it definitely not the PC's. Because they all have the same (slow browsing). Downloading and uploading work great, and you don't notice problems with all the traffic other than browsing. Interefering is a significant amount of P2P traffic at certain times, but the problem persists even when there is none.

What I have tried:
Setting the TCP timeout to 3600, 1500, 120, 90
Setting the maximum ports to 16384
Setting the static DNS's
Not Setting the static DNS's
Giving high QoS priority to http
Gving low priority to traffic on ports 1023-65535 (tryiing to get P2P)

WAN: Dual DSL lines, load balanced
ROUTER: Cisco E4200 DD-WRT v24-sp2 big
Release: 03/19/12 (SVN revision: 18777)
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