as the latencies were so low as to be like being in the same bandstand together.
https://www.internetsociety.org/wp-cont ... atency.pdf
I'd so love it if sonic's and/or AT&T's default gear put sqm/fq_codel or cake in front of it for uploads. It's NOT the bandwidth,
but the consistently low RTTs that let you use the bandwidth fully.
Anyway, what I'd done was discard the supplied sonic box and put in an apu2 instead, tell cake it was 106Mbits (I was getting 110mbit raw), and that was the result I got, linked earlier. ~60ms sawtooth originally vs 3ms consistently - a 20x improvement (and about a 5ms sawtooth for tcp also) It also did 6rd pretty good. The apu2 is the lowest end routing platform I know of that can do a gbit down and 100mbit cake up.
Sadly I left SF and sonic for comcast-dominated climes.... I'd even put in for a job at sonic because it was working so good... they never called me back. (their dsl stuff is seriously bufferbloated).