[Cake] ack filter rrul result at 1000/100

Alan Jenkins alan.christopher.jenkins at gmail.com
Thu Nov 16 07:47:41 EST 2017

On 16/11/17 09:24, Pete Heist wrote:
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>> This is a much saner test result[1], showing about a 20% improvement
>> under the rrul_be test. I scaled back the topology to two instances of
>> cake on the middlebox, shaping to 100mbits on one side and 10mbits on
>> the other, and flipped filtering on or off. The win will improve more
>> with upload/download ratios of ever worse than 10/1, and the rrul is
>> not exactly a test of real traffic.
>> What other ratios are out there, particularly in the dsl world?
> That’s quite nice. Attached is the ADSL connection info for what I had 
> before I found FreeNet. I don’t miss this connection at all, _except_ 
> that it might have been nice for testing this. 2048 / 135 kbit, that’s 
> around 15 : 1.

I have a good UK ADSL2+ connection, which I am shaping at 15:0.9 mbit, 
using a LEDE box.  The raw sync rates are a bit more asymmetric too.
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