On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 9:22 AM, Ben Greear <gree...@candelatech.com> wrote:
> On 10/16/2016 08:30 AM, STR . wrote:
>>> BQL + fq_codel kills bufferbloat at line rate (10,100,1000mbit) on
>>> ethernet cards. It also works if you have hardware flow control on the the
>>> It can't do anything on downloads.
>>> If your connection is not at line rate or the download is overbuffered
>>> (looks like 20Mbit here), you need a soft shaper like the ones in
>>> sqm-scripts (htb + fq_codel or cake) set 5-15% below the observed rate to
>> So I was misreading it. Thanks for clearing that up, this was tested on an
>> 8M down ADSL, I'll check out the sqm-scripts.
Yep. See also the various adsl framing compensation mechanisms in those scripts.
>>> Do you know of someone making a bigger better case for it? I'd like one
>>> with 6 antenna slots for just that reason - and better heat management.
>> This has been a gripe for everyone owning an APU2 it seems. 6 holes for
>> antenna? I know none.
> You can find $30 hand punches on Amazon/Ebay and their largest punch size is
> typically perfect for
> SMA connectors. The APU2 case is easily punched since it is aluminum.
Thx, ben! I just ordered one of those.
> Also, I've run these systems at full load (500Mbps+) for 24 hours and though
> the case gets warm,
> system has remained stable. A warm case actually means it is transferring
It still gets too darn warm for my taste. Note that I typically target
environments that are 35c *ambient* in the first place....
> Ben Greear <gree...@candelatech.com>
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Let's go make home routers and wifi faster! With better software!
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