[Cake] How to test Cake on TP-Link WDR3600
alan.christopher.jenkins at gmail.com
Sun Jul 26 17:38:27 EDT 2015
On 26/07/15 22:20, Jonathan Morton wrote:
> Three reasons why a stackable peeler doesn't work so well:
> - There is some overhead from stacking, due to passing packets up and
> down the stack.
> It also incurs at least one packet of unmanaged buffer.
> - A separate qdisc would not have the information about link bandwidth
> and active flow count that cake maintains, and uses to influence the
Sold! Not that I'm a netdev reviewer, but it's a nice explanation of
I.e. cake knows the minimum processing necessary to achieve the goal.
The rest can still be left to hardware.
And now I recall peeling came from tbf, I guess it's not that odd.
Thanks for the illumination.
> - Peeling to individual IP packets is strictly necessary when
> encapsulation overhead needs to be calculated.
> - Jonathan Morton
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