[Make-wifi-fast] Updated LEDE build with airtime patches
n0manletter at gmail.com
Sun Dec 4 11:33:22 EST 2016
Maybe your ISP gives you a burst of bandwidth and then takes it away
shortly after. Comcast was known for doing this with their Powerboost.
Try these settings:
On 12/4/2016 5:11 AM, Jon Pike wrote:
> Here's some straight eth to router test runs.
> Wierdly, I'm getting worse performance on ethernet, than 15 minutes
> ago over the wifi link. This computer is older and slower though, and
> with a HD rather than a SSD.
> UL speed is slower overall, in the first two of the three tests, with
> many more high latency events on the bloat graph occuring on both the
> DL and the UL. Last one was cleaner and faster, though with a few
> large excursions.
> C7 gbit eth - gbit PC eth
> Somewhat slower Win 10 PC than the USB adapter platform.
> http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6881431 slow UL speeds, many high
> latency events, bloat score B
> http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6881473 " "
> http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6881491 better than the first two,
> both in UL speed and low latency
> Hope this is helpful...
> On Sun, Dec 4, 2016 at 1:39 AM, Jon Pike <jonpike54 at gmail.com
> <mailto:jonpike54 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Did a new set on the same PC located on the other side of the
> house. Will also add the requested ethernet attached PC runs
> later. Just discovered that you can click on the bufferbloat
> graph items on the DSLReports Speedtest results, and they actually
> expand into a detailed picture vs time graph. Never knew about that!
> I disabled my virus scanner (Kaspersky) for the first time. Don't
> know if the smoother and faster results are more due to that, vs
> maybe it's pretty quiet on the home network front right now...
> One thing I've been wondering about, is the speed setting in the
> SQM, i.e. the 55mbit/5mbit in my case. Is it supposed to cap the
> data rates below the setting? If so, why am I still getting my
> upload speed surge of 10 or more mbit, even with it set to 5?
> New set of tests on the C7, Toke's 11-24 build.
> Same cake and piece of cake SQM as before, Noah's suggestion of
> removing the extra SQM settings has been done.
> SQM cap speeds: 55/5mbit
> Other new change, virus scanner disabled.
> Very smooth, near perfect speeds, only a very few high latency
> spikes. No neighboring PC running videos, or gaming, like there
> was in earlier tests. Maybe the upstairs roommate also wasn't as
> busy as well?
> 2.4Ghz AC adapter - Netgear A6200 AC1200
> 5Ghz AC adapter - Netgear A6200 AC1200
> 2.4Ghz N adapter - Netgear WNA3100 N300
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Noah Causin <n0manletter at gmail.com
> <mailto:n0manletter at gmail.com>>
> To: make-wifi-fast at lists.bufferbloat.net
> <mailto:make-wifi-fast at lists.bufferbloat.net>
> Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2016 13:41:11 -0500
> Subject: Re: [Make-wifi-fast] Updated LEDE build with airtime
> Are you using the dual-dsthost and dual-srchost options? If
> so, try removing those settings from SQM and uncheck all the
> checkboxes you selected to reach them.
> Then try a test on Ethernet with SQM on.
> On 12/2/2016 1:14 PM, Jon Pike wrote:
>> Hello all...
>> Well, with medical issues, and having a busy week, I didn't
>> get back right away. Here's the DSLReports Speedtest runs I took.
>> My results here are pretty variable, so I don't know how
>> trustworthy they are or how worth while to you guys, vs
>> FLENT runs.
>> The lower block is using Toke's 11-18 C7 FW build, the upper
>> block is with the 11-24 build.
>> Upshot, on my Archer C7, both ran for days with no apparent
>> issues, on my home network. Interesting note, I ran both
>> the C7 v2 and the C7 v3, both ran fine. So, if you end up
>> with a v3, it shouldn't be an issue. Further side note,
>> the different configuration of the v3 model, with both 2.4Ghz
>> and 5Ghz on the external "rabbit ears" antennas, seems to
>> have a bit stronger signal on 2.4Ghz on the other end of my
>> house, than the v2 model that has 3 separate, small 2.4Ghz
>> antennas inside the box. Caveat, my testing of that wasn't
>> very thourough..
>> My overall home network setup is: Cox cable - SB6146 modem -
>> Archer C7 router - various clients. I did testing on a PC
>> plugged directely in a eth port of the C7, to PC's using
>> Netgear Netgear WNA3100 N300, and A6200 AC1200 USB adapters.
>> Below are the links to DSLReports, on the tests. Most have
>> cake, and piece of cake, and Noah's suggested settings, with
>> speed caps of 55 and 5 mbit. My cable is supposed to be
>> 60/6, I see 65 often, with wild speed variation on the UL,
>> settling to 5-6mbits.
>> I have the Speedtest settings set for hi res bufferbloat,
>> test time extended to 20sec, which is about as long as you
>> can go without pushing the start of the test off the end of
>> that graph.
>> Let me know if this is in any way useful, or what I can do
>> to make it more worth looking at. It seems so variable and
>> random, that I wonder about the worth, as well as you don't
>> get a good look at what the latencey is over time, vs FLENT.
>> eth0 to router - no SQM
>> <http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6656688> Starts near 60,
>> plateau 64-65 (hits 66) then drops to 52-54 at the 10sec
>> mark. UL hits 18, before falling down to a 4.5-5.5 average
>> Bloat C
>> <http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6657058> very similar,
>> but bloat an A this time
>> <http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6657916> " Bloat
>> a C this time
>> now C7 V2, with Toke 11-24 FW SQM 55/5
>> <http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6659367> 51.2 1.65, bloat B
>> <http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6659493> 52.4 3.01
>> bloat A peak of 300-400ms on all including idle?
>> Earlier tests with Toke's 11-18 FW, SQM 55/5 mbits
>> 2.4Ghz N adapter Netgear WNA3100 N300 adapter
>> 2.4Ghz AC adapter Netgear A6200 AC1200 adapter
>> 5Ghz AC adapter Netgear A6200 AC1200 adapter
>> <http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6441132> (first A grade
>> of the batch)
>> eth1 to C7
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Jon Pike <jonpike54 at gmail.com <mailto:jonpike54 at gmail.com>>
>> To: "Toke Høiland-Jørgensen" <toke at toke.dk <mailto:toke at toke.dk>>
>> Cc: make-wifi-fast at lists.bufferbloat.net
>> <mailto:make-wifi-fast at lists.bufferbloat.net>
>> Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2016 21:58:46 -0800
>> Subject: Re: [Make-wifi-fast] Updated LEDE build with airtime
>> Wish I wasn't out of town still... I could have got some
>> time with the new one. Had been running the 11-18 build
>> version of yours, on a C7 v2 in my mixed home network
>> enviroment. N devices, AC devices, a semi rogue N range
>> extender, all running WPA2-AES.
>> I did see some occasional large amounts of bloat, most of
>> the time good behavior. Occasional odd, regular thru put
>> drops to 1/4 speed. I mentioned this in earlier posts,
>> have done some more detailed testing since, that's at home
>> and unavailable till I'm home again. You could see a few
>> DSLReports logs in my posts.
>> Hope that helps...
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