[Cerowrt-devel] Cero 3.10.24-5 no longer supports multiple AQMs?
dave.taht at gmail.com
Sun Dec 22 15:40:03 EST 2013
On Sun, Dec 22, 2013 at 11:22 AM, Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de> wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> On Dec 22, 2013, at 09:38 , Richard O <rocon46 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> I'll try to keep this short, but I'm simply just an end-user of Cero who has
>> using it for a few months now. It's been great! So great that I've been
>> using it as my main router after the first few weeks.
>> Anyway, I've just recently upgraded from 3.10.11-2 to the latest build
>> (3.10.42-5), and I noticed that you can only set one AQM at any given time.
>> Restoring my old settings restores my old set of AQMs - all of which startup
>> nicely - but only two out four have their "ingress" start up: ifb0 and ifb1
>> while ifb2 and ifb3 remain down. Their entries still appear in the firewall
>> and I'm unable to bring them up using ifconfig.
> If I recall correctly, we just disabled the ability to setup AQM on multiple interfaces, as to our knowledge it was not clear whether it would work at all and whether someone had actually tested it. It should be relatively easy to reenable it, if it works. Question, since most people are happy with just running AQM on the wan link, why do you run it on 4 interfaces?
> Best Regards
>> As you can probably tell, I don't know very much Linux and simply use
>> rc.local to modify the classes and qdiscs for each interface to suit my needs.
>> I'm just curious if this is going to be a permanent thing or not. Other then
>> that, keep up the great work guys. Cero's been good to me, and I'll probably
>> just revert to the old build if newer builds are going to be running with a
>> single aqm. I never really did encountered any problems with it.
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A) it is cool that someone is using this functionality and I am
curious as to what it was being used for... what devices did you use
it on, and why? (paste your config file?)
B) I think the problem is not the script but the ifb module getting
inserted with only two ifbs allowed.
insmod ifb numifbs=8
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