Over the last couple years, there have been a number of video presentations created to describe bufferbloat and the solutions to it. This is a collection of links to these resources, in roughly date order…
Jim Gettys’ Google Tech Talk. This is a very detailed look into Jim’s discovery of the problem, as well as a full early description of the problem. YouTube
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Van Jacobson speaking about TCP, Congestion, and CoDel cure. The quality of the video is sadly poor, and his slides (here ) not in sync, but follow along, if you can.
IETF: Demonstration of web page load reduction times
in his in depth look at codel - Have we found the cure for Bufferbloat?
He (author of fq_codel) takes a shot at explaining How fq_codel works
Stephen has put together an increasingly high energy talk and demonstrations about how various queue theories work - in friendly competition with Dave’s talks…
Dave Täht (Hindmost, Bufferbloat.net) gave a lecture at the University of Modena in late November 2012, where he managed to cover 30 years of network queueing theory in 80 minutes. Here are selected video segments from the lecture showing various queueing techniques. Full rate video (.mp4), an .mp3 of the audio, and the .odp presentation are available at http://www.teklibre.com/~d/talks/video/ or get a PDF version of the slides
Dave then went on a world tour to try and find ways of explaining the fq_codel solution to bufferbloat in depth, to a variety of audiences.