I'm not sure if I'm the only noticing this but here's my issue. It seems that the router's Tx rate when connected via 802.11n is "stuck" at 7 when it tries to transmit data to its WiFi clients. Note that the test results below were obtained with WiFi set to N-only mode or G-only mode. I'm running shibby's Tomato Firmware 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-104 K26 Max on my Asus RT-N12 C1. In N-only mode, when the router isn't uploading to the client, the Tx rate looks fine and matches the Rx rate with the client about 2 metres away in direct line of sight. Once I force a transmission from router to client with iperf server running on the client, the Tx rate fluctuates and stays at 7 at most times until the transfer is complete and then return to a value matching that of the Rx rate. The iperf results also reflects the "bad performance" with values between 5-12mbps in N-only mode when router is uploading to the client while showing a more consistent 20-22mbps in G-only mode. Note that G-only is performing better than N-only when downloading on a WiFi client which makes using wireless N quite pointless. The following values were observed by me on the "Device Listing" link in the admin area. WiFi is running in N-only mode WiFi running in G-only mode Here's a graph for clarity in N-only mode running iperf upload from client then download Is this a bug in the firmware or is this a problem with the hardware? The other features that I'm using seem to be functioning alright though.