[Cake] Pre-print of Cake paper available
john at yates-sheets.org
Tue Apr 24 11:08:25 EDT 2018
On Tue, Apr 24, 2018 at 4:17 AM, Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de> wrote:
> That is true to some degree, but the overall algorithm is not that hard:
Set the shaper at 50% of contracted rate and measure the bufferbloat
(depending on the expertise of the user either via flent or the dslreports
speedtest); if bufferbloat acceptable set shaper higher (by 50% of the
remaining difference to 100% contracted rate) or if unaceptable lower.
Really just a binary search for the acceptable limits. Now this should be
done individually for each shaper direction. The final proof of the pudding
is to see how this shaper copes with a bi-directional saturating load (like
Given that the target audience is VCR-owning home users could this be
reduced to a scripts? Then perhaps hardware vendors could then expose it
in their GUI.
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