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RE: [SLUG] Priority of network traffic
- To: "'slug@xxxxxxxxxxx'" <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>, "Marshall, Joshua" <MarshallJ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [SLUG] Priority of network traffic
- From: George Vieira <georgev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu Jul 13 10:58:41 2000
Shaper does not work on a protocol level but on a link level so because he
wants to prioritize protocols on the same link, Shaper won't do much for him
except bandwidth control on the link.
Citadel Computer Systems P/L
From: Anand Kumria [mailto:wildfire@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, 13 July 2000 10:47 AM
To: Marshall, Joshua
Subject: Re: [SLUG] Priority of network traffic
On Thu, Jul 13, 2000 at 10:06:28AM +1000, Marshall, Joshua wrote:
> > It occurs to me that if you run in.telnetd at a higher
> > priority than normal
> > (when called up by inetd for example) then all the telnet
> > sessions should
> > get a better look in.
> > man nice(1).
> We're not running the telnet daemon on the router (It's a windoze service
> actually) - I'm just wanting to prioritise the telnet traffic between the
> two linux routers that we have.
> Can this be done?
Yes it can but not with IPChains. what you need to look at it Shaper;
there is some documentation in the kernel
underneath wherever your kernel is stored.
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