Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 23:05 Post subject: Speed limit on WAN port?
Converted the WNDR4000 N750 to dd-wrt with the chk then bin file upgrades. No issues.
Running throughput tests on the router revealed that the system seemed to have a speed cap of 100 Mb/s on the WAN port. The upstream device shows a 1 gig connection, but the throughput test could not crack that 100 limit.
So the problems we are facing is:
- 5ghz wifi don't work (Unless changing channel?), if it works it's unstable
- Port-forwarding issues
- Only 100mb through LAN
- Lots of TX-errors
- Can't use USB as DLNA-server
Will this be fixed? I will wait until 5ghz, gigabit-lan and port forwarding work flawlessly.
17201 (lowest supported build for WNDR4000 / first test build)
and the newer builds:
18024 and the latest 18777 ???
Which one is the most stable?
I've seen several posts of varying amounts of success, but several of them don't report which build they are using. If you aren't having any issues, can you please report which build you are using? And what features you are utilizing?