[Cake] How to test Cake on TP-Link WDR3600
alecrobertson13 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 25 16:58:17 EDT 2015
I’m assuming I put "tc -d qdisc” into BusyBox?
Quick sub-question (off-topic so my apologies), this firmware I’m using that I linked to previously, has HTTPS enabled which means every time I go to Luci I get a security error in Chrome. How do I disable HTTPS?
On Sat, Jul 25, 2015 at 8:20 PM, Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de>
> Hi Alec,
> On Jul 25, 2015, at 20:57 , Alec Robertson <alecrobertson13 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> That's it, it's all showing up now.
>> I will try it out right away. What should I be testing and looking out for?
> 1) test whether using cake as link layer adaptation mechanism works: put in a number for overhead and run “tc -d qdisc” and post the output of:
> a) cat /etc/config/sqm
> b) /etc/init.d/sqm stop ; tc -d qdisc
> c) /etc/init.d/sqm start ; tc -d qdisc
> 2) test whether you like the performance under load, http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest is a good start, registered (for free) users can change the configuration, I like to use 16 streams for upstream and downstream each and I like the “Hi-Res BufferBloat: (10hz check)” option.
> 3) test even more, have a loo at flent (https://flent.org), especially the rrul test has been a real help in understanding link behavior under load.
> Please note, piece_of_cake will only use 1 priority for all packets (so effectively no priority), layer_cake.qos will by default, use 4 different priority layers, so expect some difference between layer_cake and piece_of_cake in the rrul results...
> Best Regards
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