Beating Bufferbloat on WiFi

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Reducing Network Latency in Wireless technologies can make gaming and videoconferencing much better


Gamers say: “Lag kills” – and the Bufferbloat project has been beating that lag that back on a variety of fronts. This talk will recap a few of the accomplishments thus far (bql, fq_codel, sqm_scripts, cake), and then quickly move onto discussing the new fq_codel and airtime fairness for WiFi code that is beginning to enter Linux , and why they matter, and what problems remain to be solved."


bufferbloat, wifi, fq_codel


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