Continuing the discussion from Making CAKE play nice with Zoom:
Now that I'm going to be moving to a new much faster cable plan providing 400 Mbps down and 20 Mbps up, @moeller0 thinks my trusty ol' Netgear WNDR3800 can't handle the [SQM] load. So, thinking about what my requirements are in rough priority order:
- Well supported by OpenWrt (preferably no soldering required, but that is negotiable depending on the rest)
- Good wifi stack for acting as a home AP, preferably works with @dtaht's Make WiFi Fast Project -- I presume this means based on the ath10k driver, correct? I live in medium-sized apartment building in NYC, so the airwaves are jammed with all sorts of wifi stuff... Plus DFS covers much of the 5G spectrum
- Can handle shaping at least a 400/20 WAN connection. Is this CPU-bound? How much would RAM factor into this?
- Available for purchase in the USA at a reasonable price (doesn't have to be ultra-cheap, maybe ~$100)
Anyone else have any thoughts, ideas, or recommendations to contribute?