[Make-wifi-fast] Good, currently available routers for make-wifi-fast?
antdes45 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 2 08:28:01 EDT 2016
I don't know if there are better choices out there, but for sure, the C7
remains a very well supported router on OpenWRT/LEDE. Both ath9k and ath10k
drivers are being worked on over here (C7 uses both), however I believe
ath9k has more open source code, so maybe a 11n router using ath9k on 5GHz
would work better in terms of bufferbloat. The only problem with the router
might be the lack of CPU power when handling SQM at higher speeds. 60/6
should be OK.
Le 2016-08-01 16:11, "Jon Pike" <jonpike54 at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hello list...
> I'm in the market for a new router, been following the bufferbloat and
wifi efforts, and would like to pick something that could play with the
> I've been searching around for info on this, and I've noticed that
what's out there is, er, thinly scattered. It might be a helpful thing
for a compatible list of products to be made available, so folks like me
could more easily become early benefactors, not to mention testers and
> In the meantime, what are some good choices? I have a 95% N home
network now, so I wouldn't mind an older router, but AC of course would
be a more future proof choice. Assuming you can work with any of them
> Also, have a 60 down 6 up cable connection, so that's not such a big
stretch for the router.
> Also, basic things like good range are important.. (and about all I've
been able to research test results of, at places like Small Net Builder)
the TP-LINK C7 1750 rates highly, for instance... but I haven't been
able to nail it down as a good make-wifi-fast choice. (or even an Openwrt
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