[Cerowrt-devel] [Cake] looking for some testers this week

Pete Heist pete at heistp.net
Tue Mar 12 17:24:41 EDT 2019

> On Mar 12, 2019, at 4:19 AM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> We already made the 240/4 address range work in openwrt in december.
> This patch adds in other formerly reserved address ranges:
> 1) https://github.com/dtaht/unicast-extensions/blob/master/patches/linux/0001-Allow-
> And it would be good to know if these addresses worked at all, on
> wifi, and through nat. We hit a limit in the netifd daemon last time.
> (this is in relation to my moonshot talk at netdevconf. Which is
> totally a moonshot)

Yes, this rfc and patch are off the deep end. :) Then again, I haven’t used the Mbone since ’95 on IRIX, so I for one am ok with killing that dead.

Working on building my first OpenWRT image, ever. Does 32-bit mips do you much good?

I guess I’ll just see what I can do with two boxes somewhere on

> 2) I hope we have the first SCE (
> https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-morton-taht-tsvwg-sce-00 )  patchset
> up fairly soon for fq_codel_fast (my out of tree mildly improved
> fq_codel), and sch_cake. Maybe Freebsd also, if anyone here runs that.

Looking forward to that patch (esp. Cake).

> There's one other thing I'd like to test, if at all possible - that's
> the new babel-hmac code.

Likely too much for me to digest before the conference.

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