[Make-wifi-fast] Updated LEDE build with airtime patches

Noah Causin n0manletter at gmail.com
Sat Nov 19 22:32:14 EST 2016

What I think you should do is completely reset the router's settings in 
the update firmware tab on that new build, and just setup the WiFi names 
and passwords.

Then go to luci-app-sqm, set your speeds, select cake, and select 

The settings file I set you was for a very thorough setup.  I think you 
should just go with basic WiFi and Cake to avoid conflicts.

On 11/19/2016 10:24 PM, Jon Pike wrote:
> And let me know what I might do to take more useful data with 
> DSLReports...
> On Nov 19, 2016 7:20 PM, "Jon Pike" <jonpike54 at gmail.com 
> <mailto:jonpike54 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Ok, hosed that first one up pretty good. Let's see how badly I can
>     do this time...
>     Taking it around the block... so far so good on my Archer C7...  ;-)
>     Chickened out a bit,  didn't try a sysupgrade, I had been running a
>     custom build from Noah and didn't know if that was going to be an
>     issue.
>     Also didn't try to save settings, let it clean everything out.
>     Installed my most recent settings,  that seemed to work. Someone
>     let me
>     know if there could be version issues there I might not have
>     noticed yet.
>     I'm running on the settings Noah mentioned a while back, cake and
>     piece
>     of cake and the below:
>     > Simply select cake as the qdisc and a sqm script that uses cake.
>     Under
>     > the "Queue Discipline" tab, enable a set of two checkboxes.
>     >
>     > Under "Advanced option string to pass to the ingress queueing
>     > disciplines," put in "dual-dsthost nat"
>     >
>     > Under "Advanced option string to pass to the egress queueing
>     > disciplines," put in "dual-srchost nat"
>     >
>     > Because of the issues with WMM in the WiFi stack, I recommend
>     using the
>     > following custom iptables rules:
>     >
>     > iptables -t mangle -A FORWARD -o br-lan -j DSCP --set-dscp-class be
>     > iptables -t mangle -A OUTPUT -o br-lan -j DSCP --set-dscp-class be
>     > ip6tables -t mangle -A FORWARD -o br-lan -j DSCP --set-dscp-class be
>     > ip6tables -t mangle -A OUTPUT -o br-lan -j DSCP --set-dscp-class be
>     >
>     > You still need WMM to get the full speeds on the newer WiFi modes.
>     >
>     > Noah
>     I'm a little uncertain of what parts of what are in what state of
>     working.  Current setup is 65/6Mbit Cable Modem - C7 - variety of Win
>     PC's and other things.  I have a couple of AC1200 usb adapters, a few
>     phones are AC as well,  as well as a lot of N devices. Been trying to
>     keep up with what's working with which interface.
>     I'm getting mostly decent numbers for bufferbloat on DSLreports. Only
>     have DSLreports as a test method now, so I'm not much good for
>     decent data.
>     My PC to eth connection has next to nothing,  and most of the time
>     the
>     wifi looks very good with bloat below 30ms.
>     I have been seeing an anomaly, though, in that I get a fast startup,
>     with very low latency,  download speed in the 50's,  then after
>     5-10 sec
>     the speed drops drastically to the 10's for a few seconds,  then
>     rises
>     back up to the 50's again.  I was getting ready to write this up the
>     other night,  then trying it again it was gone.  Full, flat speed
>     thru
>     the whole test,  over many tries. Tonight,  it's back again.  This
>     was
>     on Noah's build, as well as tonight's change to Toke's 11-18 C7
>     build.
>     Not sure what to make of it.  Here's an example URL to
>     DSLreports,  if
>     that helps: http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6276874
>     <http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/6276874>
>     It can do this on 2.4Ghz and on 5Ghz with the AC1200 dongle,
>     believe it
>     did it on the N dongle,  will try that shortly.  Also, the game
>     player
>     is home from work now... we'll see what his comments are...
>     Jon
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