I was wondering if there's any router hardware known to be able to route 1Gbit while using any variant of Tomato. I just got a fancy gigabit fiber connection and I'm hoping I can still stay with tomato, which I've been using forever. I'm currently using Shibby's build on an Asus RT-AC3200, which is a very fast router, but it can't handle that much bandwidth. In default settings, the router maxed out at about 300Mbit down, 400Mbit up while doing NAT. CPU load was pretty low. I disabled any kind of features which inspect packets which I don't need, and it went up a little more, about 350 down / 420 up. Finally, I enabled Cut Through Forwarding, which helped a lot, the router can now do NAT at about 480Mbit down / 560 Mbit up. CPU load is less than 50% while doing this. This is all on a wired port, wireless can't work this fast. When I plug my PC straight into the modem, I get 940 mbit up and down. Has anyone gotten any router to do NAT at about 1Gbit? My Asus router seems to be one of the fastest ones currently available. Thanks for any tips.