Vr600 v3 ac2100 usb speed

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Vr600 v3 ac2100 usb speed
Vr600 v3 ac2100 usb speed
2021-11-12 11:42:29 - last edited 2021-11-12 11:57:03
Hardware Version: V3
Firmware Version: 1.4.0 0.9.1 v009e.0 Build 210826 Rel.42166n

Hi 

 

I have Archer VR600 v3 00000000 

 

first thank you for the software update that make the router support gpt Hard disk , that is make me use my 8 t,b Hdd with the usb router

 

the problem when I connect my 8 t.b Hdd to the router and it recognized ,, I try to copy some file to it via wifi or via ethernet ,, speed copy do not pass 10 m.b per second 

 

even when I use the same HDD with my laptop usb I can get 130 m.b per second 

 

I ask you if you can make software update to enable usb 3 speed for the usb that router has.

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Re:Vr600 v3 ac2100 usb speed
2021-12-06 10:21:00

@mohamed1987 

 

any respond here ????

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Re:Vr600 v3 ac2100 usb speed
2021-12-10 07:19:20

@mohamed1987 

Hi, thank you very much for the time and patience.

How do you access the HDD on the clients, via Network Neighborhood or FTP in the LAN or via the internet?

Or would all three methods provide the same issue?

As for putting HDD to the USB port of the laptop, do you use the laptop as a LAN server, and copy or send files from other clients to this laptop and the speed could be 130m/s?

 

And currently, there has been no plan to enable USB 3 speed over software update yet.

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Re:Vr600 v3 ac2100 usb speed
2021-12-11 22:44:10

@TP-Link 

 

thx for your reply

 

1- I connect my segate backup plus hub 8 t.b direct to the router via usb 3 port

 

2- I access the HDD on the clients via FTP in the LAN

 

3- I already do the same with my old linksys router and I can get 100 m.b per second when I use my laptop to access the HDD on the clients via FTP in the LAN via ethernet cable , and about 20 m.b per second via wifi 

 

4- no I don't use laptop as a LAN server , I connect my HDD direct to the laptop via usb 3 to get 130 m.b per second 

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