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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 02-Jul-15 14:13:10
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Re: Bufferbloat


[re: mlmclaren] [link to this post]
 
QoS features in router are usual solution

This a router issue not underlying connection usually

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Standard User mlmclaren
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 02-Jul-15 14:31:20
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Re: Bufferbloat


[re: MrSaffron] [link to this post]
 
OK... Yes I disabled QOS recently... though I've bean meddling with it on another connection so will have a piddle with it later on and post and update.

WBC 4400/800 @ 4.2Km > TP-Link TD-W8968v3
FTTC 66000/19999 @ 450m > HG612 > Asus RT-AC87U BQM
Standard User richbhanover
(newbie) Fri 03-Jul-15 05:21:48
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Re: Bufferbloat


[re: MrSaffron] [link to this post]
 
You can also use the test at http://dslreports.com/speedtest This measures latency during the test, to see whether the latency changes during downloads and uploads.

DSLReports shows a dramatic change (increasing by several hundred msec) when I turn off my bufferbloat control (SQM/fq_codel) in my OpenWrt router. The thinkbroadband tester does not detect that increase.

If DSLReports shows bufferbloat, you should read the Bufferbloat site's "What do do about Bufferbloat?" at http://www.bufferbloat.net/projects/cerowrt/wiki/Wha...

Turning on fq_codel or installing OpenWrt in the router would work, or you may have to call your router vendor and ask when they will provide fq_codel in their firmware.


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