Hello, a few days ago I installed a community build for my Comfast CF-E538AC access point. I got it all up and running, with all links set to 1000Mbps and two Wi-Fi networks configured.
However, when I connect either by using 5GHz WiFi or in the Ethernet port of the AP, I cannot get past 300Mbps. The original stock firmware could reach 600Mbps (the limit of my connection) when using the RJ45 port, but now I cannot.
I do not know how to check if it has NAT offload or where can I find the settings to enable it.
I am referring to speed results from speedtest.net using WiFi, but I also have the problem when connected via Ethernet cable.
Yes, the stock firmware could reach 600Mbps when connected to the RJ45 port, and the device is advertised as a "1200Mbps AP". It is a Comfast CF-E538AC.
I have the WiFi adapters bridged with the back port (which is connected to the router) and then the front port connects with the back port via a VLAN using the switch chip. It really seems that it is a processor issue, because the manufacturer may have applied some tweaks that vanilla OpenWRT does not have.