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 From:  "Marcelo Webber" <marcewebb at hotmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Traffic Shapper - Weight Queues & Allocation of Bandwith
 Date:  Wed, 15 Jun 2005 14:03:12 +0000
Dear friends,

I know this stuff has been discussed, but could not find any post to 
explain:

When the Low Level Downloading Queue is full of packets, it should have the 
full bandwith.
So, if you send home Higher Weight Packet (like PING), the Higher Queue is 
empty, so asks for some bandwith, and then sends the packet.

Now, because weight IS NOT priorization, sould these packet wait until Low 
Level Queue is empty?
Should I send all time PING packets (-t opcion in Win), in order to keep 
this Higher Queue alive, and preventing Low Level Queur from monopolycing 
the bandwith?

Oh... poor PING... lost in a "Time Out Exceeded" world... when would some 
one rescue you???

;o)

Regards,

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