Bandwidth manager solution
Ronnel P. Maglasang
rmaglasang at infoweapons.com
Sun Nov 11 17:14:37 PST 2007
i believe you can modify the default limit of classes. using ALTQs
HFSC scheduler, just set HFSC_MAX_CLASSES to a desired limit
and rebuild the kernel.
Nickola Kolev wrote:
> ?? Thu, 08 Nov 2007 18:19:25 +0200
> Gregory Edigarov <greg at bestnet.kharkov.ua> ??????:
>> Balgansuren Batsukh wrote:
>>> Hello All,
>>> Is there any hardware vendor suggest for me?
>>> I need to manage bandwidth management 1xSTM-1/OC3-2xSTM-1 optical
>>> IP bandwidth circuit.
>>> Anyone has experience with www.etinc.com bandwidth manager?
>>> I saw others like Allot, Packeteer, Cisco SCE2000 only doing
>>> protocol, service based bandwidth management using TCP rate limit,
>>> fair queueing.
>>> I am looking high performance bandwidth manager, traffic shaper for
>>> IP core network to configure leased line, xDSL, Ethernet,
>>> GPON/EPON, wireless subscribers.
>>> Is there any FreeBSD based solution?
>> Uhmmm. Well. Does 'ipfw pipe' or pf altq enoug freebsd based
>> solution? ;-)
> IPFW is a mere traffic shaper, and not a traffic control solution. Will
> pf/altq be flexible enough with its limit of 64 classes?
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