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Uploaded on Jan 31, 2012
Bufferbloat is a pervasive problem in the Internet, affecting operating systems, home routers, broadband gear of all technologies, wireless and elsewhere. It affects us all on a nearly daily basis, and the widespread performance problems and severity has been unappreciated, usually being attributed to insufficient bandwidth rather than the actual cause.
This video demonstrates two instances of bufferbloat: typical bufferbloat in a broadband connection, and that in present in a typical current home router, but elides the more extensive discussion found in its companion video in favor of time.