FreeBSD based bandwidth manager, traffic shaper

Steffen Schumacher steffen at schumacher.dk
Wed Nov 7 07:29:22 PST 2007


On 07.11.2007 23:18:40 +0800, Balgansuren Batsukh wrote:
> Which product of Juniper doing such job?
> 

Most juniper products (JUNOS) is based on FreeBSD, however they
are typically high-end boxes that costs lots of $.. Its hardware
based forwarding, with a FreeBSD based control-plane.

/Steffen at 3292

> Balgaa
> 
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> 
>>> 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?
>> 
>> Juniper :-)
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