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Wan-to-LAN (ie Nat) performance

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w1zz4:
Hi,

Since those don't have AP only mode, how is the nat on those? Anyone on gigabit internet? If you, are you able to max it out?

Thank You

FurryNutz:
Testing NAT and WAN thruput on my system here, I haven't seen anything much beyond 370Mb:
BPS=358,446,240
  0: 41,336,939 (330,695,512 bps)
  1: 42,439,532 (339,516,256 bps)
  2: 44,014,377 (352,115,016 bps)
  3: 43,822,758 (350,582,064 bps)
  4: 42,874,853 (342,998,824 bps)
  5: 43,866,542 (350,932,336 bps)
  6: 42,872,241 (342,977,928 bps)
  7: 41,808,182 (334,465,456 bps)
  8: 44,230,600 (353,844,800 bps)
  9: 45,556,299 (364,450,392 bps)
 10: 45,457,061 (363,656,488 bps)
 11: 45,786,882 (366,295,056 bps)
 12: 45,705,704 (365,645,632 bps)
 13: 45,335,387 (362,683,096 bps)
 14: 46,084,217 (368,673,736 bps)
 15: 46,295,726 (370,365,808 bps)
 16: 46,581,985 (372,655,880 bps)
 17: 46,067,650 (368,541,200 bps)
 18: 46,260,858 (370,086,864 bps)
 19: 46,250,399 (370,003,192 bps)

The 2200 can.

w1zz4:
Thanks for the test FurryNutz, that what I thought since itís using a quite old qualcom CPU.

I donít want the 2200 because of the format (have to mount it). I may go with 3902.

FurryNutz:
Kewl. I Like the 3902. Solid system. Just wish USA supported adding of an additional extender is all.  ::)

Good Luck.

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