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Old 05-14-2015, 11:37 AM   #1
Registered: Jun 2005
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Traffic shapping problem: 3 groups with borrowing from higher classes


I have a 1.5Mbps line which I wanto to devide the following:
I want to get at highest priority to a pc group say Pcg1 (which has 2 pc) which has min. 700kbps and can use bandwidth until 1.5Mbps if other pc groups are not using there bandwidth
Other pc group Pcg2 (which has 2 pc) will have min. 500kbps and can use until 1.5Mbps if pc1 is not using bandwith of it's own
Pc3 which is a wifi router will use min 300kbps and can use until 1.5Mbps if Pcg1 nor Pcg2 are using full bandwidth of it's own

BTW: The 1,5Mbps link is not guaranteed...

How can I do that? I have read the Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control HOWTO buy have not found
any soultion and have no idea which queue to use or how to mix...

Any hints from any traffic control guru hot to setup queues?

Thanks a lot


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