The multi-WAN models support this on their Ethernet WAN interface for selected models; however, if you turn on Hardware Acceleration, the accelerated traffic will bypass the rules in Bandwidth Limit, Quality of Service (QoS), and Content Security Management (CSM), also, Data Flow Monitor and Traffic Graph will not be able to count them.
DrayOS provides two options for Hardware Acceleration, Auto and Manual. In Auto mode, Hardware Acceleration will automatically apply to the heaviest TCP sessions. In Manual mode, the network administrator can choose to accelerate the sessions of a certain protocol, source IP, or QoS class.
To check whether Hardware Acceleration is working or not, you can type
ppa -v in router's CLI. The numbers of PPA LAN and WAN are the accelerated traffic.
ppa -d 3 to see if Hardware Acceleration is working on a session from LAN, and
ppa -d 4 to see if it is working on a session from WAN.
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