Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by jagboy, Oct 30, 2005.
is afterburner with wds possible. brainslyer could you comment on this.
I also would like to hear BrainSlayer's input on this but I imagine it should be relatively easy to test for someone with two routers and an hour to kill.
[PC1] -- Wire -- [Router1] ~~ WDS ~~ [Router2] -- Wire -- [PC2]
2. Do two throughput tests from PC1 to PC2. The first with Afterburner off, the second with Afterburner on, and see what kind of speeds you get. (And according to this thread you wouldn't even need to have WRT54GS routers to do the test!)
i tried to get this working but i dont know if it is working. is there any way i can know if this is working.
I'm not sure what you mean when you say you don't know if it is working...
Do you mean you setup a WDS configuration similar to the one suggested above and then did a throughput test but saw no difference if afterburner was enabled or disabled....???
i have the setup mentioned above.......it is working find and have enabled afterburner on both routers........my question was how would i know that after burner is making a difference.
in the v4.xx linksys sources it states that Afterburner and WDS are mutually exclusive, unless brainslayer has come up with some magic to make them work together.