CAKE w/ Adaptive Bandwidth [August 2022 to March 2024]

Ah, I think I get it now. So they are both spacings between sends. Target is the spacing between targets, and sleep is the spacing between rounds (i.e. the spacing between the last send and the next first send)?

Ah, not quite:

root@OpenWrt-1:~# tsping --print-timestamps --machine-readable=' ' --sleep-time 1000 --target-spacing 1000 9.9.9.9 9.9.9.10
Starting tsping 0.2.2 - pinging 2 targets
1678131109.591224 9.9.9.9 0 70309547 70309563 70309563 70309591 44 28 16
1678131110.598166 9.9.9.10 0 70310547 70310574 70310574 70310598 51 24 27
1678131112.597135 9.9.9.9 1 70312547 70312573 70312573 70312597 50 24 26
1678131113.598123 9.9.9.10 1 70313548 70313573 70313573 70313598 50 25 25
1678131115.609165 9.9.9.9 2 70315548 70315584 70315584 70315609 61 25 36
1678131116.598139 9.9.9.10 2 70316548 70316573 70316573 70316598 50 25 25

So there is target + sleep between rounds? But it should just be sleep right? Or?

Ah, now I understand your question @Lochnair:

Yes, I think it should be skipped. @moeller0 do you agree?