[Battlemesh] KORUZA 1Gbps link up between sublab and trailer park
musti at wlan-si.net
Sat May 17 09:11:48 CEST 2014
Dave you will find all answers if you watch the presentation once it is
I bet this is more interesting then plain text answers, but in short:
Latency under load does not depend on the KORUZA system, it is a Layer 1
Will look into netperf-wrappers rrul tests.
All the rest I will respond in a complete email after Battlemesh is over.
On 17.5.2014 2:58, Dave Taht wrote:
> On Fri, May 16, 2014 at 3:56 PM, Musti <musti at wlan-si.net> wrote:
>> latency is min/avg/max = 0.322/0.411/0.612 ms
>> So the latency does not vary as it is mainly caused be the routers used
>> for testing, not the actual link.
> Well, my question is always, what is the latency under load? (while
> you are flooding it so, what's the ping time?)
> (more advanced testing can be done using netperf-wrappers rrul test)
> Secondly why are you limiting the distance to 100m?
> Thirdly, how do I get a couple of these things to play with? :)
> I have a perfect location...
>> On 16.5.2014 23:44, Juliusz Chroboczek wrote:
>>>> I am happy to report that a wireless optical KORUZA (www.koruza.net)
>>>> link is established between sublab and the trailer park across the river.
>>>> Link length is 90m, real throughput 938Mbps:
>>> Cool. What's the latency? Does it vary much?
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