Is Your Internet Connection Free From Bufferbloat?

Bufferbloat is that “undesirable latency that comes from a router or other network equipment buffering too much data,” according to the site for
an ongoing project trying to address it. Now long-time Slashdot reader mtaht writes:Inside the lede-project, two core new bufferbloat-fighting techniques are poised to enter the linux mainline kernel and thousands of routers — the first being a fq-codel’d and airtime fair scheduler for wifi, and the second, the new “cake” qdisc, which outperforms fq_codel across the board for shaping inbound and outbound connections.
His submission ends with a question for Slashdot readers. “It’s been nearly six years since the start of the bufferbloat project. Have you or has your ISP fixed your bufferbloat yet?”

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