[Make-wifi-fast] Time to upgrade my home network...
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Mon Nov 14 11:38:25 EST 2016
To get Toke's patches, you would need to have a custom LEDE image built.
Here is Toke's repository with the patches: https://kau.toke.dk/git/lede/
Cake is a kernel package that would need to be integrated into the
build. Images built from a newer git version than LEDE's official
releases are unable to install kernel modules from the package manager
due to a kernel version dependency.
If you would like me to build an image for you, just list the packages
you would like me to integrate. You can email me directly if you wish.
I can also add other useful components as well.
I have gotten the nDPI deep packet inspection engine working for LEDE.
I could include that if you would like. It works great for easily
marking applications like Skype, Netflix, and many other applications.
If anyone else would like an image built for them, just let me know.
On 11/14/2016 8:34 AM, Rich Brown wrote:
>> On Nov 13, 2016, at 12:00 PM, make-wifi-fast-request at lists.bufferbloat.net wrote:
>> I have an Archer C7v2.
>> Toke's repository has the airtime fairness patch and a patch to enable
>> fq_codel on the ath10k for 5Ghz.
>> Both the 2.4Ghz N and 2.4Ghz AC work very well.
>> I recommend installing cake. It's under kernel modules and network
>> support in the menuconfig. Since cake now has NAT integration. You can
>> use the dual flow isolation feature to give equal bandwidth to the
>> devices on your network.
> I have an Archer C7v2 as well, so I'm interested.
> The Problem: Thus far, I have only indulged in installing/configuring pre-built binary images and packages. I have the sense that I would need to build the firmware myself to be able to incorporate Toke's patches.
> 1) Is this true? (that I would have to build the image to get Toke's patch?)
> 2) Does cake come along with Toke's patch?
> 3) Does anyone have a pre-built image for the Archer c7v2?
> 4) And if there's a way to get Toke's build without setting up the full build environment, then give me an outline of the process, and I'll write it up.
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