[Make-wifi-fast] NanoStation M5 anyone?
pete at heistp.net
Tue Jun 12 11:09:04 EDT 2018
> On Jun 12, 2018, at 2:09 PM, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <toke at toke.dk> wrote:
>> If you do have time to just try a high-rate ping to the Ethernet
>> adapter with a recent OpenWRT/LEDE installed, that would tell me
>> sudo ping -c 5000 -i 0.001 nsm5
>> If it reproduces, you’ll see isochronous spikes of either 20 or 40ms
>> around once every 900-1000ms. Might be easier to see if you add
>> preload with “-l 100”, but you would see them either way. If you don’t
>> have time, no sweat… :)
> I don't, right now. But in a few weeks I might; I'll keep it in mind :)
I got LEDE 17.01.4 installed by going from: 6.1.7 -> 6.0.6 -> 6.0.6 beta -> 6.0.4 (unsigned) -> lede-...-squashfs-factory.bin
Surprise surprise, it doesn’t reproduce in LEDE, so it’s something in Ubiquiti's stuff or a fix they didn’t pull in.
Unfortunately I have to test with AirOS, but I’ll just have to repeat all my tests with LEDE too so we can all enjoy looking at the difference. :) Here’s hoping the flash back to factory firmware goes ok.
Thanks for the suggestion!
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