[Cerowrt-devel] CeroWRT and "FTTN" 50/10 VDSL2 (aka "FIBE")
mcr at sandelman.ca
Mon Jun 30 09:24:09 EDT 2014
Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> The edgerouter (which has fq_codel in their 1.5 firmware release),
Yes, I have one, and I've been thinking it might be a better choice for me.
> (and I haven't got around to booting an openwrt version on it, their firmware
> is 3.4 based)
good to know.
> That said I am seeing stuff that indicates inbound htb is increasingly
> inaccurate on both products starting at about 20 mbit. (I had long
> assumed before now that it was a cpu limitation as I don't see this on
> x86) The 36mbit number you got matches mine, try increasing the rate
> limit to 64mbits and see what happens.
I'll try that today.
> Also, please measure the bloat you get on the openrg without sqm.... I
> would hope the downstream bloat is less horrible than cable modems.
Bell Canada and nortel ATM equipment is involved.
>> connection, but agreed to swap my IPv4/25 for an IPv4/28.
>> I moved all my IPv4 to traditional NAT'ed, IPv6 all around, and /32
>> routed the IPv4 to the various machines that actually need it.
> nifty. When I get a /29 from comcast I don't have that ability, I think.
> did you do that via proxy arp, or did they give you an ipv4 gateway
> and routed the /28 ?
v4 gateway and routed /28.
>> My PPPoE interface doesn't come up on it's own. What is the "@ge00"
>> part about? I'm doing it in /etc/rc.local, which has all sorts of
>> problems, including failing to include the pppoe-* interface into the
>> iptables, etc.
> regrettably how pppoe works is a mystery to me. I'd nuke the @ge00 and
> try creating the pppoe interface from the gui for a start.
I went through that... it's all there. Netifd just ignores it.
>> At this point my guess is that netifd has some kind of limit on the number of
>> interfaces it will bring up. I have 27 interfaces in my the ifconfig,
> Well there are other hard limits - for example ifb's number is created by
> a line in /etc/modules.d/ (ifb numifbs=0)
okay, I'll try making that zero and see if that makes netifd happier.
>> including the 8 "ifbX" ones, the tun,tap, and my VLANs ("se00.XX") and the
>> like. Maybe the number is around 16... I have been looking at netifd source,
>> and I don't see any obvious struct interfaces or something like that.
> You definately aren't a typical user.
>> Is there a way to enable debugging on netifd? The -d option to it?
>> The /etc/rc.common stuff is... a bit impenetrable to me...
> Hit #openwrt-devel for questions - netifd is a rather complex state machine.
I'll try there.
There used to be images/nightlies of barrier breaker, but I can't find them
anymore. I have two authenticate 54GLs that I want to upgrade...
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