Hi all you guys!
shaper for inbound traffic and outbound traffic and it works so fine! I limited the downstream to
64 Kbits and the upstream to 32 Kbits and it works okey too.
I dont understand you guys. Can you explain me what are you talking about?
My internet connection is 512 kbits upstream and 128 kbits downstream (ADSL) and I have 12
computers of different people using Kazaa, Emule, etc etc in each computer, without any control of
each computer, but its working okey since 4 months ago when I configured the traffic shaper.
Greetings to all you friends!!!!
> >> Hi
> >> I read the traffic_shaper.txt and I have one question. "For assymetric
> >> WAN connections, it is important to ensure that all pipes and queues
> >> exists in pairs, one for each direction, and that these have the
> >> apropriate bandwidth specifications". Do I really have to have
> >> pipes/queues for inbound traffic? Would it not be sufficient with
> >> rules/pipes/queues on by outbound traffic since this it the only traffic
> >> I really can control?!
> >> /Dennis
> Hi Dennis,
> You are of course right, there is (usually) no need to have any
> pipes/queues/rules for inbound traffic. Indeed, this will often make
> things worse!
> I was rather new to traffic sharing when I wrote the text, and did so
> in a hurry due to "popular demand". At the time I thought I'd soon get
> around to writing another, more thorough, version, as well as possibly
> doing the traffic shaper chapter for the m0n0wall documentation
> project. Unfortunatly I've been very busy ever since, and have thus
> had no time to do these things :(
> Since then I've myself removed all the inbound rules from my own
> m0n0wall configuration. I guess I should have posted a notice about this.
> Sorry for the inconvinience this may have caused!
> Hopefully I will soon be able to, at least, post an updated version of
> traffic_shaper.txt, with corrections such as the above, but right now
> I'm still too busy.
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