[Cerowrt-devel] [OpenWrt-Devel] [RFC PATCH] packages: Smart Queue Management for AQM Packet Scheduling and Qos from CeroWrt
smithbone at gmail.com
Thu Oct 9 13:09:11 EDT 2014
On 10/08/2014 11:01 PM, Dave Taht wrote:
> Excellent. I'd *really* like to get some testers doing ingress shaping
> at above 60-80mbits, which seems to be a brick wall we've hit on
> the ar71xx and octeon, on other platforms like the arm and x86.
I can do ingress shaping tests at above 80mbits at work since we now
have a 100mbit downlink, but I don't have cerowrt hardware that runs
fast enough to keep up. Also I would only be able to do them on the
weekend or late at night when no one else is in the office when I can
swap out the router. I can't leave experimental setups alone running
our office link.
FYI: I've purchased a Nighthawk x6 for some testing. I did x6 even
though its CPU speed is slower than the x4 because I want to see if the
twin 5Ghz radios and the promise of automatic load balancing helps on
the wireless side (we have a lot of 5Ghz wireless clients) If it
doesn't hold up as a router we may still use it as just an AP.
Like you mentioned the stock firmware is not the greatest and there's no
actual bandwidth control settings. Hopefully openwrt support will show
My initial tests with Gbit pipes on either side are certainly impressive
as it can route at over 900 Mbs while keeping latency at 12ms or lower.
Tonight I'm planning on testing it with my home Comcast cable link and
see if the low-latency holds.
Richard A. Smith
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