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 From:  Jonathan Marriott <jon at kiwiuk dot net>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Upstream shapping
 Date:  Mon, 11 Jul 2005 10:44:31 +0100
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I found the magic shapers guessing on my upstream to be woefully
inadequate. I'm meant to have a 200Kb/s upstream and I get about 160Kb/s
 without the traffic shaper, and if I'm lucky. I've had to set the
traffic shaper to shape to just 105Kb/s upstream to get it to be
noticeably effective. My tests wern't that scientific however.

In answer to sharing the bandwidth evenly, there is a tick box on the
magic shaper page to do it - "Share Bandwidth on LAN evenly" or
something like that.

J


> Hi everybody:
> I noticed recently that 1 user is consuming most of the upstream (128kbps) 
> even when I activate the traffic shaper and the magic shaper wizard. How 
> could I evenly share the upstream bandwidth ? If its possible
> I checked with ethereal what this user was doing , and of course I found is 
> gnutella is causing the problems, thanks for the help so far... bye
> 
> 

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