Re: Traffic Shaping on Linux
- From: "Anthony M. Rasat" <anthony.rasat@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2008 13:05:22 +0000
Hi I was wondering if anyone had ever tried traffic shaping in linux?
My boss wants me to use FREEBSD to implement traffic shaping on
our network but I really want to stick on using linux in every machine.
There is a great source of knowledge on traffic shaping, the Linux Advanced Routing and Traffic Control website (http://lartc.org) which also includes examples.
The wondershaper apps which you can find in Ubuntu repository is explained in this website too.
Also there are mirrors for this website, if I recall correctly, in Ibiblio and GNU website. Google it a bit.
PS: I'm not affiliated to that website in any way. I just found it more comprehensive than any other source on traffic shaping.
Anthony M. Rasat
Manager - Technical, Network and Support Division
PT. Jawa Pos National Network
Graha Pena Jawa Pos Group Building, 5th floor
Jln. Raya Kebayoran Lama 12, Jakarta Selatan 12210
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