Hello everyone, everything good?
Again I would like the help of the most expert forum ... Come on:
I have a TP-Link WDR4300 router in my home. I had a link with a speed of 100/50 megabits and it served me perfectly. Due to a promotion from my ISP, I migrated this link to 300/150 megabits.
The problem is that I'm having limitations due to the router. Because of the NAT hardware more specifically, I believe.
Searching the forum, I found this topic first => TP-Link TL-WDR4300 gigabit ethernet - cannot get past 260 Mib/s - where the author says he can't get past 260 megabits (exactly the same problem I have) and still in it, in the user's slh post, he says that "The TL-WDR4300 can do 1 GBit / s between its LAN ports (switched in hardware), it can not reach that performance for traffic passing through its CPU port, which is being routed, NATed, filtered or processed by pppd (there your limit is around 130 MBit / s, maybe slightly more with flow-offloading enabled) . "
Continuing through the searches, I found this other post => Qualcomm Fast Path For LEDE
where it seems that the user was able to solve the limitation problem, applying some kernel patches and recompiling the Open, however, I have no idea how to do this, sorry now ...
If I upgrade to 19.07.0, will it change something in relation to this limitation or not?
Returning to the topic of "fast path for lede", if I'm not mistaken, I saw in one of the posted repositories, that the person who made the implementations, seems to have compiled Open with the patches. If so, do you think there could be a problem installing this version on my router, since it is an old version, based on LeDe 17.0?
Sorry for so many questions, but I couldn't find much more about it ...
Hugs to all!