The cake traffic shaper in OpenWRT is amazing for fighting bufferbloat in your home network and it can also do almost perfect fairness in dividing the available bandwidth per LAN host with very little...The conversation is fragmented enough already! We can also be found in irc. I have a sync speed to my house of approx 65mbps and when connect to the Tenda base unit with an Ethern
Features. OpenWrt features a writeable root file system, enabling users to modify any file and easily install additional software. This is in contrast with other firmware based on read-only file systems which don't allow modifying installed software without rebuilding and flashing a complete firmware image.
»snapon.lab.bufferbloat.n ··· loat.pdf The place where bufferbloat is thoroughly discussed is the bloat mailing list. There are also videos, talks, papers, you can hit google scholar it, etc, etc.