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Old 06-13-2005, 03:27 PM   #1
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Question problem in iproute2

i am using redhat 9.0 with ip masquerading
with dsl 128 speed

everything is ok
squid is working
but i want to controll the bandwidth that's why i used CBQ
but it is not working why i dont know


i listen iproute2 from someone so i downloaded it
but it is very hard for me to install it

so plz some one tell me how can i use this tool

need the full detail.

and also tell me is this tool is successful or not ?
waiting for your reply...
Old 06-13-2005, 06:13 PM   #2
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Iproute 2 is outdated,

on your machine (I am sure) is a version of iptables that does what iproute used to do.


I think.

Now for traffic shaping, you need a utility called "tc".

Yes, it works. But it is a pain to set up.

You have to ask yourself what you need it for.

If you want to look for something to start off on, google for "wondershaper" - which is a shell script with tc commands in it.


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