Just to point out that if you actually read what Steve Jenkins wrote you should know that he compared K2.6 to k3.x build and he recommend K2.6 cause it gives him better speed. K3X build was available long before 30880.
30880 is in the 2016 folder. If you go to the 2017 folder you will find about 25 newer builds you can try. There are broadcom_K26 and broadcom_K3X subfolder with what you need.
But the latest CRACK fixed build seems to have lots of wireless issues FYI.
Before, I was running a K2.6 Version on my e4200. (31924-Mega). But this on sufferd problems with security on Virtual Interfaces. The virtual interface showed up on my clients, only if security was disabled.
So I upgraded to K3.X and my security issues were solved.
Two comments to the Steve-Jenkins blog:
- Im using the e4200 as an AP (no NAT-router) so the performance issue is not of my concern.
- Newer build incorporate the SFE-feature, to boost NAT performance. Ever since the stability of those builds is somewhat questionable. It'll probalby take some more time for the developpers to get things right. Same is true for the KRACK-issue.