I am curious as to what aspects of bufferbloat I should
cover more deeply in my upcoming talk at nznog this friday?
Most of my own personal focus has been on speeding up the
edge of the internet, and now wifi, while I have a feeling
I should touch upon more on island-to-world connectivity
and satellite connectivity issues for this audience.
We've given plenty of talks in the past. See talks by
van jacobson, jim gettys, jesper dangaurd-bauer, Stephen
hemminger, Eric Dumazet, Toke Hoiland Jorgensen, here:
And the manifesto for FQ+AQM here:
To what extent do NZNOG folk already grok the causes and cures for
bufferbloat? I'm perfectly willing to drop my usual
detailed explanation of how tcp bandwidth probing works and
talk abut new stuff going on, and wifi, if desired... talk
more to bandwidth management and traffic engineering tools,
there is someone here today doing mikrotik training, and as yet only
mikrotik only supports SFQ, not fq_codel.
I have a pair of slides on the differences between SFQ and fq_codel.
And so on. I'm here all week... I've borrowed a NZ vm, run a few
am fiddling with some parameters...