Hi, just a quick question.
Recently I upgraded to HAP AC2, and I see now all default rules use interface lists LAN and WAN.
Would I get worse performance if I'd change my working config to interface lists instead of specific interfaces?
I remember reading somewhere that address lists would slow down rule processing if used abundantly, is that a thing with interface lists too?
I have 3 WANs, so the general choice would be between making one firewall/nat rule for interface list or making 3 rules for each interface (masquerade, dstnat, etc)
Though I think that even if there is a performance hit it would be very negligible with a quad-core CPU, just interested in 'best practices' I guess