[Make-wifi-fast] Major Bufferbloat

Jaap Buurman jaapbuurman at gmail.com
Mon Mar 27 07:56:02 EDT 2017

Thank you very much for the quick replies! I tried two clients, one laptop
with the Intel 7265ac chipset (Just to be clear, these tests were done on
2.4ghz n). And another client with an Artheros chipset. I am not entirely
sure which one exactly, I can check in a few hours once I get home. Both
clients were showing the same behavior. The Intel chipset was using Windows
8.1, while the Artheros chipset was using Windows 10. As a sidenote, I will
try out Ubuntu clients as well once I get home.

I initially also suspected bloated clients. But both clients showed an A
bufferbloat score on an Archer C7 V2 2.4ghz wifi. This was the exact same
test as the one in the OP, so with 32 upload streams. Unfortunately, I do
not have the Archer anymore, so I cannot repeat the iperf tests.

On Mar 27, 2017 13:46, "Toke Høiland-Jørgensen" <toke at toke.dk> wrote:

> Jaap Buurman <jaapbuurman at gmail.com> writes:
> > Hello all,
> >
> > I'm seeing major bufferbloat issues on my 2.4ghz network that is run
> > on a DIR-860l B1, which uses the MT7602E chip. I am running the latest
> > stable LEDE. Strangely, I am only getting bufferbloat issues with a
> > high number of concurrent data streams from my wireless-n client to my
> > router. An extensive test showing the exact situation in which my
> > bufferbloat issues are occuring are found in the 7th post of the
> > following thread:
> What chipset/driver is the client running? Sounds like that is bloated?
> -Toke
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