Re: Feature proposal (scheduling related)

From: Disconnect (
Date: Wed Jul 23 2003 - 11:55:35 EST

Alternately, openbsd can do a similar thing with great results (although
I haven't tried it over serial/pppd.) And it works reasonably well even
when done on only one end.

On Wed, 2003-07-23 at 11:13, Antonio Vargas wrote:

> You need QoS at the router level to resolve this. Since you are
> running your own routers to connect your ethernet segments, QoS
> should be done at both ends of the connection. If it's available
> on your distro, try wondershaper, it's a nice script which you tell
> your upstream and downstream rates and then it adjusts QoS parameters
> to provide great response. The most important thing is that it prioritises
> ACK packets above everything else. This helps a lot when there is heavy
> traffic (FTP for example) in both directions at the same time.

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