Optimize T20 for best throughput
Trying to optimize my personal T20 (12.9.B673767) home-office config and looking for some feedback.
My home is dual-fed, 50Mbps DSL and 1Gbps Cable. I have two AP's, one AP125 and a used AP325 I recently purchased from eBay. Our cable connection used to be 150Mbps and upgraded it to 1Gbps this past week.
I've created an ANY hole and am doing speedtests through it. Plugged in to the T20, I'll see around 300-310Mbps on the cable connection. If I do a speedtest directly from the back of the cable modem, I'll reach around 770Mbps. As I've read through some other forum posts, I understand that the T20 will have some limitations on how much traffic it's able to process. I'd clearly like it to be more, but understand I'm at the upper limit of the T20 (I think).
Port 0 - cable modem
Port 1 - Trusted with APs
Port 2 - NVR
Port 3 - DSL modem
Port 4 - inactive
As this is a home office, my teenagers (wireless Windows 11's, MacBooks, iPhones, goodness knows what else) are utilizing their own SSID on the APs. If I moved the AP's to port 4, would they be able to process around ~300Mbps while port 1 would also allow ~300Mbps -- hence the T20 would be processing around 600Mbps, or is it best to leave it as is? I'm trying to think of ways to alleviate the bottleneck of around 300Mbps.
Basically I'm trying to think of ways to best optimize the T20. Being a small business / home office, a M290 isn't feasible.