[Cerowrt-devel] going back to the default multicast rate on wifi

Daniel Ezell dezell at stonescry.com
Mon Feb 10 12:57:59 EST 2014

Thanks for the Comcast release. It's nice having native ipv6. Strange
though, I have business class and they say they don't yet support ipv6. I'm
getting a /128 yet my connected devices all get addresses, too.

Multicast has been seamless to me. The list includes a Macbook pro mid
2010, nexus 4, iPhone 4 (not s), HP touchpad... Nothing else I can think
On Feb 10, 2014 9:48 AM, "Dave Taht" <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:

> Despite success with a variety of devices in increasing cerowrt's
> multicast rate from 1mbit to 9, I have found two that can't handle it,
> notably an older android tablet (the original nexus 7), and an iwl
> wifi card.
> The value I used for this option in /etc/config/wireless was derived
> from what freifunct uses for their mesh network. It makes sense to run
> the mesh at this rate, but apparently not APs.
> So if you have been experiencing problems getting boxes to connect to
> the last couple comcast versions of cero, go into that file and
> comment out these entries.
> #       option mcast_rate '9000'
> Those of you with success stories on this setting please share them.
> I don't think this has anything to do with the the ht40+ MCS15 problem at
> 5ghz.
> --
> Dave Täht
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