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Old 01-16-2014, 10:40 AM   #1
gabyz
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Traffic Control doesn't count CRC bytes


Hi All,
From testing that I've done with TC HTC shaping I noticed that the shaper doesn't count packet CRC, so effectively where I expect traffic to be X Mbps I get a bit more. How much more depends on the packet length.
Is there a way to make the shaper count the packet's CRC?

Thanks
Gaby

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