Oddly enough when using Toastman's firmware on my Asus RT-N16 wirelesss speeds will not go above 2Mbps and packet loss will skyrocket unless I have Afterburner set to auto. I'm using WPA2 AES256. I'm using a short preamble. I have ACK timing set to 0. I have the 802.11n Preamble set to Green Field. I've enabled Bluetooth Coexistence. I've enabled SYN cookies. I've lowered the TX power to 15, anything higher seems to give me lower speeds. I've overclocked the CPU to 500MHz, which seems to have improved the overall performance. I've lowered the Beacon Interval to 50, which has also increased performance. I've also set the Channel Width to 20 MHz. I'm using Frame Burst. The channel doesn't seem to matter, all of them have been tested and they all seem to give me the same performance. Now with all of this as is the wireless speed fluctuates between 9MBps - 26MBps, prior to some of the changes with the settings it wouldn't even get anywhere near 26MBps. When directly hooked into the modem I always get 34MBps. Does anyone know what could be causing these problems? There is only one other person connected to the AP and even when he is disconnected there are performance issues. When using my NETGEAR WNR2000v2 with NETGEAR's stock firmware I never had problems like these... Hopefully someone will have a solution!