On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 10:05:57 +0500
sai <sonicsai at gmail dot com> wrote:
> If you have something like
> traffic from Host A - queue A - pipe 1
> traffic from Host B - queue B - pipe 1
> traffic from Host C - queue C - pipe 1
> then you assign weight to each queue. This controls the bandwidth in a
> relative manner - if A has weight 20, B has weight 40 then B should
> get twice the bandwidth available.
I understand weighting but how does that limit Host A to a max
of, say, 256 kb? In your example if Hosts B and C had no traffic
wouldn't Host A use all available bandwidth?
- Steve Yates
- ITS, Inc.
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