I suppose the easiest way to explain is by way of examples:
For example if you have 3 queues
queue : weight
q1 : 80
q2 : 30
q3 : 40
If there is traffic in q1 and q3 then:
q1 will get 80/120 (ie 66.66%) of the available bandwidth,
q3 will get 40/120 of the available bandwidth.
If there is traffic in all 3 queues then:
q1 will get 80/150 (53.33%) of the available bandwidth,
q2 will get 30/150 of the available bandwidth,
q3 will get 40/150 of the available bandwidth.
So I would suggest setting up a queue for each of the 10 users  that
should help share the traffic evenly.
sai
On 6/25/05, Alekso Anev <aanev at freemail dot com dot mk> wrote:
> My scenario is 10 LAN users sharing one WAN connection 512k restricted to 80
> port. I have alredy done static bandwidth limiting only with pipes, but I
> like them to share full connection evenly. Can someone tell me exact queues
> ??? What is weight, i don't understand how you calculate this??? Is 100 or
> 10 maximum??. Magic shaper is prioritizing on PORT BASIS and first that is
> starting to download has almost 80% of the pipe. In my scenario we have only
> one port http 80. Thanks
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