Thanks for the update to BB. I use a wndr3800, which is ath9k (and run it overclocked 760 or 800 mhz thanks to kernel_entry_init patch).
I have one question though, is it still a good idea to have ANI disabled for ath9k wifi?
I see this changeset for BB @ openwrt timeline:https://dev.openwrt.org/changeset/42444
Also, by default on openwrt, the command "tc qdisc" shows fq_codel being used for wlan0 and wlan1. In gargoyle that is not the case. So I added these lines to rc.local to change to codel:
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tc qdisc add dev wlan0 root fq_codel limit 500 quantum 300 target 5ms interval 100ms
tc qdisc add dev wlan1 root fq_codel limit 500 quantum 300 target 5ms interval 100ms
Anyway glad to have gargoyle back. The ethernet driver bug for these devices was killing simultaneous upload/download speeds, so I couldn't use Gargoyle.
But Openwrt qos is really not too good. I haven't really liked SQM either (from cerowrt) as it is very static- no classes to set up.
Also upload seems to be mandatory, download cannot be done alone- it still sucks up too much cpu for my fiber line to do both.
With gargoyle I can set qos on download only, and let my main ISP router handle qos upload. Works perfect and both router cpu can handle the approx 58 down/ 63 upload no problem!