NV2 qos works very good, ping in low, ap control capacity of the client well. Could u add a second Wieless Protocol nv2 (ex nv2-ptp, old named nv2-ptmp) for ptp only, with some special features to improove it? Ex lower the ping and more overhead control to stable the links? It could be the option in wireless-rep, we will test it.
"nv2-ptp", "nv2-ptmp"? I never heard of that. Only "NV2" then parameters are set for different type of link?
How did you measure the NV2 qos? Examples?
Nv2 gives time space, and other things, it is in the code, for ptmp it is working now very well as i wrote (in auto period size one station overhead ap much before, now it isn`t). I think for ptp the code could be rewrite and aded as a second choise in menu. In lte no matter what rate and speed u have, ping is always the same, this is for me good qos. It is work for a coders, i am a customer, they must do the job to beat airmax, not me
For me i rather be pleased to have 90mb and ping 0-1-2 ms on 240/240 802.11N than 130-140mb and ping 2-7-20ms, this is example. When noise apears radio should do the job and lower the speed to do 0-1-2ms, now u understand?
No, not a lot. Your english is a bit hard to understand.
Basically you mention that the 'auto' setting of NV2 time delay should be in two versions? One for PtMP and one for PtP?
I found 'auto' setting not always give best result anyway. We have AP with 30 clients and in changing 'auto' in 6ms we more than doubled the total throughput from AP (30 =>55Mb. Netbox5) while the ping time to client hardly changed.
I think 'auto' setting is always a compromise. If you really need to fine tune a link you have to do it manually.
But I can see your point in having 2 different default 'auto' scenarios. One for PtMP and one for PtP. That would make sense and give a better start for many of us...
To bring down a ping time by QoS is not very senseful. Your ping would be nice stable and fast, since QoS will take care of it, but your end goal is a good service level for your client's traffic. That is not ping but ordinary internet, voip, streaming TV etc. etc. If your ping is good due QoS that doesn't mean your network traffic is as good.
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Rudy R. Puister
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