Will the d6600 Router Threat Protection Process 5X Faster than the 2600 Router?

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Will the d6600 Router Threat Protection Process 5X Faster than the 2600 Router?

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With my 2600 router, my torrent receiving device, without Threat Protection, will achieve 200 Mbps, or the maximum my ISP will provide. When Threat Protection is on the torrent throughput will decrease to about 20% of max or about 40 Mbps.

Will the 6600 model router Threat Protection, with its improved processor and faster packet inspection processing, allow 200 Mbps throughput?
 
With my 2600 router, my torrent receiving device, without Threat Protection, will achieve 200 Mbps, or the maximum my ISP will provide. When Threat Protection is on the torrent throughput will decrease to about 20% of max or about 40 Mbps.

Will the 6600 model router Threat Protection, with its improved processor and faster packet inspection processing, allow 200 Mbps throughput?
While testing 6600 over 1G WAN, I was able to get near full speed, so yes.
 
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