I decided to put up my own little lab.
These are my results with my non-OCed (560Mhz) WDR4300 running jperf for 30 seconds with 8 multiple streams over 4 runs.
Jperf was running on 2 CoreDuo laptops with Win7/8, of course both with 1Gbit interface.
All configs were default with no QoS.
TP-Link 3.14.1 HW NAT On
TP-Link 3.14.1 HW NAT off
DD-WRT r26436 non-DDTB
I would have tested a DDTB version of DD-WRT if one were available for WDR4300
OpenWRT AA 12.09
iptables flush 283Mbit
OpenWRT BB 14.07
default 150-170Mbit really different results at each run
iptables flush 180Mbit more constant rate.
OpenWRT CC -r44541
default 170-220Mbit really different results at each run
iptables flush no change
So far it seems I need to stick with AA
(Last edited by bjoeg on 6 Mar 2015, 13:00)