Greetings to everyone, Since a week I've replaced my home server (BSD-based) with the N66U since my home server was not doing anything more than being an idle router.. However, since the swap I've noticed several things which completely frazzle me. I've installed transmission through optware (thanks for the guide, it worked nicely), but the daemon is unable to peek above 4 MB/s.. As a matter of fact: All clients behind the N66U seem to not be able to take full advantage of my ISP and all are stuck at ~4 MB/s (usually 2-3, but sometimes it peeks at 4) during download. (So this might be related to point 1 my brain figured..) The silly thing is, doing a speedtest results in a proper 59.8 Mbit/sec (where 60 Mbit is my max, so brilliant!), so something seems to go right there as well. However, all other sites, even the ones I know are fast, all get stuck at 4 MB/s. (FTP / HTTP, it does not matter.) It feels like some QoS system is pushing me down, while it is not active as far as the interface can tell me. My N66U is attached to a 2 TB HDD via USB 2.0 (although dmesg keeps claiming stuff like usb 1-1.1) and the overall performance is just poor. I have cat6 + gigabit interfaces and still I'm getting an overall connection of around 10 MB/sec. Finally: Yes, there are some "slow" devices on my network (like the raspberry pi and a smart tv) so I can imagine some kind of switch / router decided against going gigabit, but still: Isn't hardware advanced enough to determine this based on a connection? (My clients are all connected through a Cisco gigabit switch and "used to have" good connection speeds in the old setup.. I could try connecting one client directly to the LAN ports of the N66U..) Now I'm not expecting miracles, but I'm just very frazzled and just too unfamiliar with this "get the most out of your router"-thing to be able to understand what the problems are. So to all you guru's out there: What do you think that might be a problem causing the slow client speeds? Obviously, I'll post any logs/settings that you guy want, but I'm just about clueless to where to look for it now. I expect it's something very simple like "have you tried enabling <X>?", but if someone could assist I'd be forever grateful. Update 01/03/2013: I just noticed that my game system (another client) suddenly starts to download Steam games (of all platforms!) at 7 MB/s. Yet torrents are still stuck at 4 MB/s and HTTP transfers speeds also wont go above 4 MB/s. Just to add to the confusion I guess..