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    Lightbulb TL-ER5120 V1 - 100% usage with 2 wan 120mb

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    Region : Brazil

    Model : TL-ER5120 v1.0

    Hardware Version : v1

    Firmware Version : 1.0.6 Build 20130716 Rel.45532

    ISP : NET Virtua

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    hello, I realized that a limitation balancer that discouraged me, it has 4 input wan, but the maximum bandwidth it supports is only 180MB in wans.


    Please, I need the help of experts to find a solution.

    Screen: https://www.dropbox.com/s/l81fcz2uh6...blema.png?dl=0


    With 1 internet wan 120MB, it is about 70% of cpu (core0), put there only 2 wans 120MB and it can not cope.


    if the speed of testing was to give 240MB.


    The problem I bought it to put 3x wan 120MB = 360mb


    For me he's not serving anything since not support two links of 120MB.


    I tested it with 3 internets 60mb and reached the 180MB limit, at least in this test used 100% of 3 wans since migrated the internets from 60 to 120MB had this problem.


    What I do has some correction, solution?


    All cables are gigabytes, cat6, changed the wan4 to VLAN2 and lan regular door to vlan1 in that case have 2 doors distributing the switch TPLINK 24 ports 1024D, I thought it was lack of output, because I noticed that it is the balancer processor It is weak and at worst, would need a dual core to endure 3 internets 120MB?


    Please, I need the help of experts to find a solution.


    Thank you.
    Jackson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mavis View Post
    the setting is already made, plus you do not understand the problem.


    The router processor has reached its limit, look in the photo I posted, is at 100% usage handing me only a 180MB of internet bandwidth.


    I 3 with 120MB internet, I can only use half of her performance with this balancer.

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    These boxes (R470 and R480) have only 100 Mbit/s hardware, also on LAN, that is: no Gigabit Ethernet! How you measure more than 100 is beyond my understanding...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ande View Post
    These boxes (R470 and R480) have only 100 Mbit/s hardware, also on LAN, that is: no Gigabit Ethernet! How you measure more than 100 is beyond my understanding...
    Here is the ER-5120 is all port gigabyte!


    the problem that the processor reaches the limit it to 100% usage and can not handle more packages. Weak processor does not take much, I can not put two 120MB internet that can not stand.

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    Ah sorry - I overlooked that. Yes, then it is an issue...

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    Have you found any solution? Anything? I have same the issue with 2 WANs, 300mbps and 120mbps

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    Quote Originally Posted by borewik View Post
    Have you found any solution? Anything? I have same the issue with 2 WANs, 300mbps and 120mbps
    sorry, for reviving the thread, but theres no answer and i have the exact same problem with 50mbitps and 200mbitps WAN and a v2 TL-5120.

    100% and not even responding to DNS queries anymore. reboot doesnt solve it.

    Its really weird, because the product page says 800 mbps NAT speed, which does not seem to be the case at all. In what configuration does the router reach 800mbps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by borewik View Post
    Have you found any solution? Anything? I have same the issue with 2 WANs, 300mbps and 120mbps
    same here too. v2 TL-5120 with 200mbitps and 50mbitps and not reaching the advertised 800mbitps NAT speed at all. already capping at 100% cpu usage. reboot doesnt help.

    in which configuration does it reach the advertised speeds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by respwn View Post
    same here too. v2 TL-5120 with 200mbitps and 50mbitps and not reaching the advertised 800mbitps NAT speed at all. already capping at 100% cpu usage. reboot doesnt help.

    in which configuration does it reach the advertised speeds?
    I think the V2 can only has 350Mbps NAT throughput. 800Mpbs is for V3. But it also not normal to CPU 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda View Post
    I think the V2 can only has 350Mbps NAT throughput. 800Mpbs is for V3. But it also not normal to CPU 100%.
    Yes, I figured that out as well now. I still think its weird, that it maxed out at less then 250mbit then. Maybe its the load balancing? I just do round robin balancing. The worst thing is that if two computers download at max its stops responding to dns requests.if anyone has a hint why this is happening, i would be very grateful. maybe i just need to upgrade to v3 or linksys at some point


 

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