Joined: 08 May 2018 Posts: 3129 Location: Texas, USA
Posted: Sun Jun 24, 2018 2:07 Post subject:
Honestly, if your old settings are still there and it's working, I don't necessarily see a need to wipe the nvram, but that is your choice. Sometimes the nvram gets a little screwy and needs a fresh start, though. I would see how things go if it still has all your settings first, but that's just me.
The July, 2017 version of dd-wrt I was running was apparently the first release that allowed SFE, which is the main reason I was running it. I was routinely getting 800-900 Mbps down out of my 1GB connection.
Since the recent upgrade to r35531 detailed in this thread, I'm back down to approximately 200 Mbps down.
I have SFE enabled; QoS is disabled. What else could be killing my bandwidth?
Is it possible that SFE is not working in this newer build?