The screenshot at https://flic.kr/p/PMbR19
shows a long download from Amazon using my three lines IP-bonded together as recorded by Andrews & Arnold’s clueless server. I'm trying to understand certain aspects of what I'm seeing.
Firstly the lines aren't showing the same behaviour, and I wonder why that might be. (The line speeds are not identical, that's one thing.)
The dark green line at the top shows the download rate which is 2 Mbps per modem. The lines are numbered 1, 3 and 4, for hysterical reasons. Line 4, the lowest, shows a flat throughput trace, whereas line 3 in the middle has periodic dips, in a regular pattern which is not the same as that shown on line 1. Presumably something to do with AA’s scheduler.
Secondly, I wonder what's going on with the latency picture - the green and blue at the bottom of the picture. Green above is max latency, bright blue below it is the average, according to the key on the right. The pictures are not remotely the same between the lines.
There is so much I don't understand. Could anyone enlighten me?