Help me get started (II)

Toke Høiland-Jørgensen toke at
Tue Jan 23 06:30:06 EST 2018

Siavash Eghlimi <eghlimidev at> writes:

> Dear contributors,
> Hi. I already did a post, and got A LOT of help from a
> Mr.Høiland-Jørgensen, if I'm not wrong. first I wanted to thank all of you;
> and HIM, in particular.

You're welcome ;)

> Second, it was suggested to me to so some measurements AND to choose a
> more specific area (Aspect) of bufferbloat. Well, I did some
> measurements and some research just to get an idea of how it works...
> Can't say I completely get it yet, but I'm getting there :)
> also, I chose a more detailed aspect of bufferbloat; "Low-layer
> network protocols' design and their impact on buffering (ex: WiFi
> networks can't do aggregation without some buffering)"
> Since I wanna do a Thesis on it, and use Linux as a tool to understand
> networking and do programming, I found resources on Linux and its
> network stack.
> What I need now is specific resources on the ASPECT of bufferbloat
> that I chose. where should I go? what should I read? how to get into
> it? I don't wanna dive into it blindly. I want to do this RIGHT. and
> because of the Thesis, time is of the essence. also, I really wanna do
> something to help the community, HOPEFULLY.

Well, first question would be: What did you measure, and what did that
show? Was there something there you thought was interesting that you
want to explore further? And what did you read already? :)


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