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    AdvancedTomato - Optimized 136 build for 56U and 68U and r7000

    Guys AndreDVJ has built a modified 136 build specifically for 56U and 68U users, with some more commits and updates (including new bcm eth drivers). I've been testing it the last few days and all I can say is that it's exceptional, incredibly stable (with voip too) and gained between 5-10% more...
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    OpenVPN performance

    Will switch to a Netgate rackmount appliance soon. Asus is playing foolish now, charging 300$ for new routers with crappy cpus and made of plastic, considering you can buy a T100Chi with that money. They're using outdated version of the linux kernel, same GUI since 2011 (I think), and thanks to...
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    OpenVPN performance

    Thanks guys, another reason to go pfsense..
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    OpenVPN performance

    With Asus? How??
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    Fork 380.57 HGG-FINAL

    Leave it man. Better ask them to go back to a RT-N16 and put AC wifi on a 600mhz processor. Would they still be happy? Personally moving to a netgate pfsense hardware. Definitely need some more cpu here.
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    Fork 380.57 HGG-FINAL

    In a simple scenario yes (even though depends by the transfer protocol used). If NAT rules are implemented the traffic gets handled by the main CPU.
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    Fork 380.57 HGG-FINAL

    Again, NOT. TCP/IP is used for internal LAN to LAN transfer as well. You might hit the max load of the CPU quite easily if doing large transfers to a NAS for example. Using a higher clock CPU will ease those transfers too.
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    Fork 380.57 HGG-FINAL

    Wrong, that's what the BCM4366 is for. Main CPU is a BCM47094. No Quantenna used, only Broadcom. Please, instead of hitting the reply button immediately, take some time to do some reading, you might confuse other readers. Thanks.
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    Fork 380.57 HGG-FINAL

    No man it's not. It's what wifi offloader cpus are for, installed in many of the modern routers. They started implementing them only on the 5Ghz band because of higher bandwidth, now those offload cpus are there for 2,4Ghz networks as well. They leave more CPU cycles for TCP/IP. By a rule of...
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    Fork 380.57 HGG-FINAL

    All I have seen is people saying how easy is to post your work on github, but nobody with enough competencies to get the work done by themselves using Merlin's code. My Caps-locks, insults (if you call them so) and stubborness are no less comparable to the comments made on this thread about...
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    Fork 380.57 HGG-FINAL

    The fact that some people fears vulnerabilities in his firmwares doesn't mean they're forced to use them. From my point of view users have a choice; they can ask hggomes to release his work on github, but they cannot force him or push him: it's an idiotic way of not minding your own business...
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    Fork 380.57 HGG-FINAL

    Guys does anybody know why @hggomes has removed all the links? Please don't tell me because of the id***s on this forum.
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    Man please ignore the idiots on this forum and restore the links! Yours is the reason why many...

    Man please ignore the idiots on this forum and restore the links! Yours is the reason why many of us keep using ASUS routers! THANKS A LOT!
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    Fastest Router for VPN?

    If I run two OpenVPN clients, and I select 'redirect internet traffic - all' which traffic will be redirected to which VPN?
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    Setup IPTV on a shared LAN port - help!

    Can we do trunks on the Asus???
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