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DD-WRT brings lots more functions, but imposes a hit on routing performance and no significant wireless improvement. Pros • Up to 4K simultaneous sessions (more via command line) • VLAN and other "smart" switch features • Wireless AP, bridge, client modes: Cons • 50% drop in routing performance w/ higher variation • Wireless power What is TX Power in Wi-Fi terminology? - Quora Tx- power is a measure of how strong the signal is transmitted. The best setting is the minimum level necessary to keep the signal with the boundaries of the WiFi’s location. You don’t want the signal extending past your house because if it does t R8000 - DD-WRT extremely poor performance | MyOpenRouter Hi All, I just bought R8000 and tried both stock and DD-WRT f/w With stock I could get up to 800Mbps, however right after flashing router with dd-wrt f/w - I could not get over 250Mbps Tried to play with the channels, features, but could not get anything better than this I need SSH functionality so that was a reason I flashed it with dd-wrt, however stock seems way better

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Jul 01, 2016 DD-WRT - Wikipedia DD-WRT is Linux-based firmware for wireless routers and access points.Originally designed for the Linksys WRT54G series, it now runs on a wide variety of models.DD-WRT is one of a handful of third-party firmware projects designed to replace manufacturer's original firmware with custom firmware offering additional features or functionality.. Sebastian Gottschall, a.k.a. "BrainSlayer", is the