Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Pete Heist
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 9:42 AM, Sebastian Moeller wrote: > >> On Feb 16, 2017, at 08:57, Pete Heist wrote: >> [… discussion about DSCP to WMM classes mapping] >> This always makes me wonder what’s to keep someone from just marking all >> their traffic 0x7

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Sebastian Moeller
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 08:57, Pete Heist wrote: > [… discussion about DSCP to WMM classes mapping] > This always makes me wonder what’s to keep someone from just marking all > their traffic 0x7 and stomping over everyone else. I have a gut feeling that an AP in a

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Aaron Wood
The approach that's in all of the Cisco documentation (FWIW) about such things for wired networks is that the higher-priority traffic classes for VoIP and video are also bandwidth limited to a fraction of the total (and less than a majority, at that). But that's in an environment where you

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Sebastian Moeller
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 17:15, Aaron Wood wrote: > > The approach that's in all of the Cisco documentation (FWIW) about such > things for wired networks is that the higher-priority traffic classes for > VoIP and video are also bandwidth limited to a fraction of the total (and

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Pete Heist
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 5:21 PM, Sebastian Moeller wrote: > > >> On Feb 16, 2017, at 17:15, Aaron Wood wrote: >> >> The approach that's in all of the Cisco documentation (FWIW) about such >> things for wired networks is that the higher-priority traffic

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Jonathan Morton
> On 16 Feb, 2017, at 18:51, Pete Heist wrote: > > At first I was thinking to just remove diffserv markings entirely, say with > Cake’s besteffort flag, but I think that “good” and “otherwise unknowing” > users would suffer, which I think in FreeNet is a vast majority of

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Pete Heist
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 8:05 PM, Pete Heist wrote: > >> >> On Feb 16, 2017, at 6:19 PM, Jonathan Morton > > wrote: >> >>> On 16 Feb, 2017, at 18:51, Pete Heist >> >

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Pete Heist
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 6:19 PM, Jonathan Morton wrote: > >> On 16 Feb, 2017, at 18:51, Pete Heist wrote: >> >> At first I was thinking to just remove diffserv markings entirely, say with >> Cake’s besteffort flag, but I think that “good” and

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Sebastian Moeller
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 18:19, Jonathan Morton wrote: > > >> On 16 Feb, 2017, at 18:51, Pete Heist wrote: >> >> At first I was thinking to just remove diffserv markings entirely, say with >> Cake’s besteffort flag, but I think that “good” and

Re: [Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Flent results for point-to-point Wi-Fi on LEDE/OM2P-HS available

2017-02-16 Thread Pete Heist
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 10:03 PM, Sebastian Moeller wrote: >> >> On Feb 16, 2017, at 18:19, Jonathan Morton wrote: >> In a sense if there are thresholds for permissible VO/VI traffic fractions below which the AP will not escalate its own