Originally posted by unSpawn
Natively ofcourse, Linux is a *networked OS*.
IIRC tho higher levels benefit from it, (soft) QOS is OSI layer 4 (transport), not 7 (application) tho.
Yes, it is on the transport layer but I am more concerned about the application layer's interface to these. Applications can set the QOS parameters of the underlying network. I am curious if Linux uses it by default or do I have to configure it to do it.