[Cerowrt-devel] performance numbers from WRT1200AC (Re: Latest build test - new sqm-scripts seem to work; "cake overhead 40" didn't)
dave.taht at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 10:09:26 EDT 2015
On Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 5:55 AM, Mikael Abrahamsson <swmike at swm.pp.se> wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Jun 2015, Sebastian Moeller wrote:
>> Most likely not. Check http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/sqm .
>> Rich published a great set of instructions for setting up sqm-scripts under
>> openwrt proper.
> I tried it on Linksys WRT1200AC with OpenWrt CC RC2. I configured sqm to
> have 800 megabit/s each direction, and ran iperf3 over IPv4 with NAT44 from
> Linux box behind WRT1200AC to an OSX macbook connected on a switch on the
> same L2 subnet as the WAN port.
> Linux <->WRT1200AC<->switch<->OSX
> I get 765 megabit/s of throughput using single session, at sirq load of
> around 25%. If I lower the mss to 300 (to generate higher pps) I get around
> 560 megabit/s of throughput at 50% sirq. With 10 parallel TCP sessions, I
> get about the same. At MSS of 200 bytes, I get 400 megabit/s at 70% sirq.
> If I turn off SQM completely, I get 600 megabit/s at 200 byte MSS single
> session at 80% sirq and 930 megabit/s at 26% sirq with default MSS.
Yer missing the more important figure. What is the induced latency in
all these cases? With the system being software limited, I would
imagine that other oddities arise. Running out of cpu, additional
When going at hardware line rate, is fq_codel enabled? Does it ever
engage? (My limited testing showed that lacking BQL, delay accrued big
time in the drivers themselves on this platform)
Good idea on using a reduced MSS size!
I would really like to get to the point where cake ran on this
platform, but thus far we have not managed to get a working build, nor
push cake into mainline openwrt.... my observation is that a lot of
the overhead of sqm comes from tc filters, iptables rules and NAT.
> So if you want high performing device that is OpenWRT compatible and still
> does forwarding using CPU so you can test queuing algorithms, the WRT1200AC
> and WRT1900ACv2 is the best I have been able to find currently (unless you
> go for x86 platform).
yes, x86 is fastest. I have not tried the reduced mss idea on my
rangeley box, I will check that out!
> Mikael Abrahamsson email: swmike at swm.pp.se
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