I am going to return my Archer A9 AC1900 as OpenWrt doesn't support 2,4Ghz radio yet. I am trying to explore some options on TP-Link which has support for OpenWrt. As TP-Link is like the only router brand here that is not too expensive in the market.
Is Archer C6U a good choice? or do you have any recommendations for better performance in TP-Link with OpenWrt. Or should I stick with Archer A9 and wait for support for 2,4 ghz wifi.
I use my router for gaming purposes and we have 2 pcs, around 3-4 phones, and 4 smart home devices. I've opted for 250 Mbps download and upload speeds from my ISP right now.
Okay, My bad.
I'll update the thread with the wireless config I posted in the bug report. I can't think of other configs one would need to troubleshoot it but I'll share whichever file someone asks for.
Just did my homework and found that ARM SoCs are better for SQM than MIPS. I am thinking of buying E8450, which is close to 100$ and off my budget, but I guess for a better performance, I have to spend more.
dont do this ..if you are gonna spend that much, buy a nanopi r2s and a good cheap ac router, its the best option if you are spending 100$ in india. according to my opinion. you could go for an D-Link DIR-825 (2199 rs )and a nanopi R2s (6800 rs including metal case and dc adaptor) under 100$ in india.