DGA0122 QoS

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Many routers have QoS settings where you prioritise

Technicolor spends a lot of effort ensuring the default QoS provides best possible end-user experience. One of the reasons why you may want to prioritise small packets is to work around bufferbloat issues. Where saturated upstream links cause a severe degradation in end user browsing experience. We have already implemented a solution to this, without the need to prioritise all small packets.

In a few lines: - When a traffic stream is over 8 packets, the stream is moved to a lower priority queue. - This frees up the original Queue for new traffic streams to be started. The TCP ack's being under 8 packets are also therefore processed with priority.