Re: Traffic Management

I should have said the reason for the variable amount of data is my isp
changes the amount all the time and has different amount depending on the
time of day and whether it a weekend or weekday and for upload and download
"Andrew Crawford" <andrewcrawford@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Hello All,

Due to my isp traffic shaping depending on how much i download, i started
to think would it be possible to monitor how much traffic there is going
through my Linux box?

If so how would i detect it?

Then how would i set up a script to basically to monitor and adjust my
available speed depending on a the variable that my isp sets on how much i
can upload or download during peak hours?


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