- Interfaces: Fast Path. According to wiki page it "improves forwarding speeds significantly". In other words should I just enable this to all active interfaces? Why is it enabled on wlan1 interface by default?
- Firewall filters: Fast Track. Wiki page: "IPv4 FastTrack handler is automatically used for marked connections." -> What is a marked connection and based on what is it marked? "Use firewall action "fasttrack-connection" to mark connections for fasttrack." -> How is this determined?
- Bridge: fast-forward. Wiki page: "Special and faster case of Fast Path which works only on bridges with 2 interfaces (enabled by default only for new bridges)" -> So how I understood this is that if I have just two interfaces bridged, not like bridging wlan1 and a switch group master ether2 for instance, the packet processing between interfaces is faster?