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 From:  Joseph & Katie Jackson <jkjackson at gmail dot com>
 To:  Gianluca Bosco <g dot bosco at bitache dot net>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] complete traffic shaping for azureus/BT
 Date:  Wed, 21 Dec 2005 09:07:49 -0600
Why don't you just check the box that says "Set Bittorrent traffic to the
lowest priority"?

On 12/21/05, Gianluca Bosco <g dot bosco at bitache dot net> wrote:
>
> > In my home network, there is a traffic shaper rule that deprioritizes
> > 6881-6999 source traffic, and a separate rule that deprioritizes
> > 6881-6999 destination traffic. All is well for incoming connections,
> > because the incoming Azureus ports in the network are within that
> > port range. However, I think that there is trouble with outgoing
> > connections going to non-standard ports. When I use TCPView, I see
>
> I had exactly the same problem with my Emule. The fact that Emule
> clients could be configure to DO not use the standards ports, made my
> traffic shaper rules almost useless.
>
> Following is the solution I came up with: block *all* the outgoing
> connections as default, and allow only Emule connections to the
> standard Emule ports.
>
> This made sure that, my emule connections where matched always by the

> to connect to emule clients using non-standard ports -- but for me this
> is acceptable.
>
>

> shaping application that can match traffic depending on the type of the
> highlevel-protocol? Something that can recognize "emule" packets,
> "azureus" packets" (as many network analyzer do) instead of classifying
> connections based on the classic sourceip/destinationip
> sourceport/destinationport etc etc?
>
> -Gianluca Bosco
>
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