[Cerowrt-devel] that latest build I did is looking good
moeller0 at gmx.de
Fri Jun 26 06:03:28 EDT 2015
On Jun 26, 2015, at 00:26 , Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 1:15 PM, Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de> wrote:
>> Hi Dave,
>> this looks really great, thanks a lot. As I want to take part in the cake party, this looks like the easiest/best way to start.
> Gui support for cake would be nice. TIA. :)
What is missing? As far as I know the latest luci-app-sqm in ceropackages-3.10 should work well with cake, just select cake as qdisc and you should be set.
(I want to move "cake as a shaper" into its own cake.qos script, but still implement the possibility to use cake as leaf qdisc (which might already work out of the box). Currently selecting cake as qdisc will use cake as shaper automatically, which might be a bit surprising). If that does not work let me know, I think I tried on the test machine you gave me access to. The issues were that cake was somehow not accepting the overhead parameter, but it should still work to select cake and have it take over… NOTE these changes are not in the openwrt packages repository yet, as I want some positive testing results before asking Toke to pull them. Currently they seem to not break stuff, so I does not look like they will cause a regression, and hence might be fine to pull just to increase the circle of potential testers/bug-reporters...
> In other news I am loving having an easy to parse set of rc_stats_csv
> to play with:
> Not that I can remember what all the fields mean.
>> On Jun 25, 2015, at 19:34 , Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I have been abusing it on a picostation and nanostation now for 48
>>> hours. The archer c7v2 (as a source specific gateway) for a week. A
>>> couple wndr3800s. No crashes. Can still trigger the dreaded wifi TX
>>> DMA bug, but it seems harder now. DID regularly crash the iwl in one
>>> box. 
>>> My mission was to get to something that I could deploy here at a small
>>> scale and just let run for a month while away in the eu, and that was
>>> looking dicy there for a while. (I am glad to have basically started
>>> in april!)
>>> So... we do, finally, have an openwrt build that uses cake, has the
>>> minstrel-blues patches, and andrews minimum variance patches, working
>>> dnssec (we hope!), and a new version of babel with ecn enabled, has
>>> snmp, that does dhcp-pd fairly right, and works with comcast. I also
>>> have things (odhcp6c is way better than isc, dibbler, wide) working
>>> fairly well with another debian based firewall.
>>> If/when new cake or sqm stuff arrives my plan (barring other major
>>> bugs elsewhere) is to just incrementally build that and tc-adv out of
>>> the above frozen repo. 
>> Question: sqm is from the openwrt repository or from ceropackages-3.10? I ask as the latest changes are only in ceropackages 3.10, since they certainly require testing before being inflicted on the openwrt crowd…
>> Best Regards
>>> Dave Täht
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>>> What will it take to vastly improve wifi for everyone?
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> Dave Täht
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> What will it take to vastly improve wifi for everyone?
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