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Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More
Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More
2023-12-01 19:26:21
Model: Archer AX73  
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Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More  i request this feature for the entire line of routers tplink makes 

 

 could be setup as pull down menu  might cut down on coding firmware  using doh are already avaible  by google  dns  cloudflare opendns etc 

 

this way network will be more secure & faster  

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Re:Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More
2023-12-04 07:15:21

  @tonyjp2022 

 

Hi, currently only some roouters support them, and I believe more models will support in the future but not very sure if they will come into all models.

We will record your feecback and report to development team for evaluation.

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Re:Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More
2023-12-04 14:25:13
Thank you i have found you can use google dns or cloudflare or open dns api would cut down on coding the firmware if use those links
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RE:Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More
2023-12-06 19:52:03
yes i fully support doh & doq quic support across all tplink erouters & switchs
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Re:Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More
2023-12-07 11:51:12

Visit TP-Link's official website and look for a "Support" or "Contact" section.
Submit a support ticket or use the provided contact information to reach out to TP-Link directly.
Clearly articulate your request for features like Ethernet Backhaul, DoH (DNS over HTTPS), DoT (DNS over TLS), ECO Mode, and any other specific features you're interested in.

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Re:Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More
2023-12-08 14:09:16
Thank you look forward seeing the https over dns & httpsover quic in the future it will improve the routers
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Re:Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More
2023-12-08 21:09:20
QUIC, a multiplexed transport over UDP QUIC is a new multiplexed transport built on top of UDP. HTTP/3 is designed to take advantage of QUIC's features, including lack of Head-Of-Line blocking between streams. The QUIC project started as an alternative to TCP+TLS+HTTP/2, with the goal of improving user experience, particularly page load times. The QUIC working group at the IETF defined a clear boundary between the transport(QUIC) and application(HTTP/3) layers, as well as migrating from QUIC Crypto to TLS 1.3. Because TCP is implemented in operating system kernels and middleboxes, widely deploying significant changes to TCP is next to impossible. However, since QUIC is built on top of UDP and the transport functionality is encrypted, it suffers from no such limitations. Key features of QUIC and HTTP/3 over TCP+TLS and HTTP/2 include Reduced connection establishment time - 0 round trips in the common case Improved congestion control feedback Multiplexing without head of line blocking Connection migration Transport extensibility Optional unreliable delivery
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