Since I moved and switched from fiber to 4G internet (which currently only connects to 3G networks because I haven't set up an antenna yet) my RT-N56U has been uploading about 50% more data than it downloads. I put on a 30 second YouTube video to check how much data is consumed, and according to my router I downloaded about 2,7 MB and uploaded a whole 4,2 MB during that period.
At the same time, I ran NetWorx on my PC, which agrees with my router on the downlink part, but says I only uploaded about 0,2 MB.
Is this usual on a mobile network? If not, how do I fix it? Since my 4G USB thingy (a Huawei E3276) apparently doesn't work on the original firmware, I run Padavan's custom firmware on my router (http://code.google.com/p/rt-n56u/)
Here's a pic of the bandwidth monitor on the router (while watching the YouTube video):