Using PF + ALTQ in FreeBSD 6.2
dian at spin.net.id
Mon Aug 13 13:49:54 UTC 2007
Yes, it's work with Dummynet well, cause I'm using dummynet for some
years. The problem is, with dummynet I could not do "borrow" bandwidth
from the parent.
So, I should move to ALTQ+PF, but unfortunately I'm facing a problem
Please give me some comment, If I use ALTQ+PF in my router, it's really
could not limit incoming and outgoing traffic from/to my client ?
Does no one have a bettter experience ?
Chris Marlatt wrote:
> David DeSimone wrote:
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>> I'm curious what you think your router can do to prevent hosts on the
>> internet from sending traffic too fast.
>> Once you have received the packets, it is too late to limit their
>> arrival rate.
> Can't ipfw do this through dummynet? It seems to work fine for me in my
> Now yes it's not really preventing them from sending traffic, but it
> should still be able to queue it and invoke latency to simulate a slower
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