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Old 01-31-2007, 07:43 AM   #1
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Question 256kbps squeezing out the maximum of troughput (shaping)


Hi, I'm looking for advice...

The setup is:
1PC acting as a gateway:
Services:
http
ftp
smtp
imap/pop3
proxy(squid)
conected to the dsl router @256kbps and to the LAN @100Mbps
other PC's (10 to 20) on a switch
Services:
none
Clients:
http/ftp:local and via 1st PC's proxy
mail: local only - mostly imap
sharing resources: local only

The task:
Share s much bandwith as possible to the 1stPC's proxy for inbound and http/ftp for the outbound conections.

The question:
Are there good sugestions? Shall I try some tc methods or leve the kernel figure ti by itself(default) ?
How far is it possible to optimize it?
 
  


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