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Why is my Anti-Bufferbloat not working?

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Hi guys i get the same problem as the people above wit hthe high bufferbloat through xr500, i've managed to find a work around by using my sky hub > r1 > xr500 and i manage to get 1ms jitter like that, but i'd much rather take the r1 out the setup (i'm using CC on r1) instead of cc on xr500 since it doesn't seem to work properly, my ping plotter drops packets when it's activate with the upload side of the speedtest having jitter of 200ms+. 

 

Not massively sure what the problem is since it isn't my line (tested without any router 20ms jitter) I think QOS is putting stress on the xr500 somehow. Everything else works fine apart from qos.

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Hi guys i get the same problem as the people above wit hthe high bufferbloat through xr500, i've managed to find a work around by using my sky hub > r1 > xr500 and i manage to get 1ms jitter like that, but i'd much rather take the r1 out the setup (i'm using CC on r1) instead of cc on xr500 since it doesn't seem to work properly, my ping plotter drops packets when it's activate with the upload side of the speedtest having jitter of 200ms+. 

 

Not massively sure what the problem is since it isn't my line (tested without any router 20ms jitter) I think QOS is putting stress on the xr500 somehow. Everything else works fine apart from qos.

 

The QoS won't be putting stress on the router, it can handle gigabit QoS with no sweat. If PingPlotter is showing you that much it'll either be the program time is too fast, dodgy ethernet, upload not set correctly. Do you have PPPoE or IPv6? Have you done the tests lilstone showed?

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i got xr500 i buy it like 3 days ago and i got a wrt3200acm with the latest openwrt build i put the wrt3200acm in ap mode setting so i can spand the wify i know i dount need to espand the wify because the xr500 is good wifi range but i still want to used. so i configure all wrt3200acm everithing work but is like my xr500 not passing enought speed to my wrt3200acm is like it take long time can some one tell me how configure

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i got xr500 i buy it like 3 days ago and i got a wrt3200acm with the latest openwrt build i put the wrt3200acm in ap mode setting so i can spand the wify i know i dount need to espand the wify because the xr500 is good wifi range but i still want to used. so i configure all wrt3200acm everithing work but is like my xr500 not passing enought speed to my wrt3200acm is like it take long time can some one tell me how configure

 

Hey, welcome to the forum!

 

Disable the WiFi on the XR500, it will be conflicting with the wrt WiFi so that will help a lot. Then make sure you've entered your max speeds in Anti-Bufferbloats options. Set sliders to 70/70 and when high priority traffic detected and should be good to go!

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Hey, welcome to the forum!

 

Disable the WiFi on the XR500, it will be conflicting with the wrt WiFi so that will help a lot. Then make sure you've entered your max speeds in Anti-Bufferbloats options. Set sliders to 70/70 and when high priority traffic detected and should be good to go!

ok i do that and i have to disable so more thing on the wrt3200acm and now it working good xr500 for consoles and wrt3200acm for wifi that way not have to much things running on xr500 tanks for the help

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@NetdumaFraser

 

I note I know absolutely nothing about netduma's anti-bufferbloat solution, although I am under the impression it uses fq_codel, at least in part. (?) Is how it works documented? Is it derived from the sqm-scripts?

 

I did want to call your community's attention to the latest effort of the bufferbloat project, "sch_cake", which solves a few problems, like per-host fq,

ack-filtering, docsis framing and so on. A paper describing some of its features is here: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1804.07617.pdf 

 

We describe in more detail what it solves here: https://www.bufferbloat.net/projects/codel/wiki/CakeTechnical/

 

It is available as a backport to many linux versions and was just accepted into linux net-next which means it will be part of linux 4.19.

 

On the way to getting it mainlined (and underdocumented at present) are means to keep you dpi working even more sanely than it presently does.

 

I doubt your offloaded nat system can be made to work for per-host fair queuing implementation (which we think is the bomb), but what do I know?

 

Happy debloating!

 

 

--

Dave Taht

co-founder bufferbloat project

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