tpplc bandwidth numbers, gigabit out?

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tpplc bandwidth numbers, gigabit out?
tpplc bandwidth numbers, gigabit out?
2016-09-07 15:19:03
Model : TL-WPA4220

Hardware Version : Not Clear

Firmware Version : 1.3.0.2134-00_422091_160431_003

ISP :

I have a network of wpa4220's with a pa4010 into a gigabit router. I upgraded the firmware to get AV600, and tpPLC reports an aggregate 450Mbps out from the 4010. But of course the 4010 only has a 100Mbit port. I'm considering replacing the 4010 with a pa6010 or a pa7020, either of which has a gigabit port, to provide more LAN bandwidth to the powerline adapters (in aggregate).

My questions:
- How do the numbers in tpPLC compare to real throughput? If tpPLC reports 450Mbits, can I get 80% of that over TCP?
- Has anyone paired a pa6010 or pa7020 with a wpa4220? Did you get AV600 speeds or did the speed go down?
- Has TP-Link fixed the issues with the pa80xx dropping connections?
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