[Cerowrt-devel] Problems testing sqm (solved)
dave.taht at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 07:50:16 EDT 2015
I am extremely disappointed you deleted your (admittedly inadvertent)
Did you keep them anywhere? Now that we know what was wrong they
become way more interesting in the context of make-wifi-fast.
I just invested five years of my life to making wifi better. And,
now... the FCC wants to make my work, illegal for people to install.
On Sun, Oct 25, 2015 at 9:02 PM, Richard Smith <smithbone at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/25/2015 01:36 PM, Rich Brown wrote:
>> We really do believe in this stuff. We've seen it work. But each of
>> us is enough of a scientist to believe that *we could be wrong*. (I
>> suspect that's why you really got everyone's attention)
> Indeed. An earlier version of the effort is running nicely on our gateway
> at work and that's what keeps the VoIP working. I was pretty certain I was
> the source of the problem I just didn't know where.
>> But, what a relief! Science Triumphs again! And now that we have a
>> sound basis for understanding what was wrong, a) we have one more
>> item for our troubleshooting questionnaire, and b) we can go back to
>> feeling just a little bit smug :-)
>> Thanks for sticking with us.
> Absolutely, Thanks for being patient.
>> PS We'd love to hear the results of the experiment you really were
>> trying to perform.
> Working on it... I've run into a small snag in that I can't seem to
> return back to Linksys stock. For some reason the flash upload goes
> really, really, slow (I verified I'm using wired) and the upload times out
> before it completes.
> scping the linksys image to /tmp and trying with sysupgrade doesn't work
> either. I thought being sort of based on openwrt it might work...
> In the mean time I have some rrul logs running under designated driver.
> I've put them here:
> *nosqm* is with sqm disabled.
> *sqm-<N>-<N>* is with the ingress/egress set to N in MBits/s. using the
> simple.qos discipline.
> I'm happy to run any other tests if there is something specific desired.
> Note: I deleted the previous files I shared since they were bogus.
> I'm going to start playing wire wireless next. There's noise in the forms
> that it may not be working very well but its mixed in with 1200/1900AC so
> its hard to know how much applies to the ACS.
> Richard A. Smith
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