[Cerowrt-devel] android, sqm-autorate and lte and videoconferencing
dave.taht at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 17:42:24 EDT 2022
it's looking promising.
in trying to get an android to do better this recent ML paper crossed my desk:
On Wed, Apr 6, 2022 at 1:38 PM Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de> wrote:
> Dear Dave, dear all
> please, let me introduce Andrew to this list, who is the driving force behind CAKE-autorate's design and implementation (which started from a more theoretical discussion in the OpenWrt forum before turning into something tangible). There are other alternative approaches for the rate-tracking problem many discussed in this longish forum thread: https://forum.openwrt.org/t/cake-w-adaptive-bandwidth/108848 (which is great as this occasionally leads to quite interesting discussion about how the different teams tackle common issues) but Andrew's autorate appears to the fastest moving with low software requirements (every router should run bash anyway ;) ).
> Kind Regards
> > On Apr 6, 2022, at 17:43, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> > For the past several days, I have been very successfully using
> > variants of the cake-autorate code to manage my connections on the
> > boat, for which I use a tether to my laptop.
> > https://github.com/lynxthecat/CAKE-autorate
> > Although this test claims my link was inadequate for a good videoconference
> > https://www.waveform.com/tools/bufferbloat?test-id=964831e5-30f9-4695-bfbd-b58da0a759f3
> > they have all been perfect (and that test was conducted during an
> > actual zoom conference). The code does not grab as much bandwidth as
> > it could, when available, but I'll settle for perfect
> > videoconferencing.
> > Anyway... what I used to do was attach the phone to a router shared
> > boat-wide that did this stuff, but it would be nice to move the
> > algorithm directly into an android. My hope is that more modern
> > androids are running a recent enough kernel(?) to have cake, but it's
> > been a long time since I built anything for android, and am wondering
> > if there is a lte/5g tablet or phone or dedicated lte router "out
> > there" that can be hacked on?
> > --
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