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 From:  "Dennis Wallberg" <dennis dot wallberg at bredband dot net>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  SV: [m0n0wall] Re: m0n0 - traffic_shaper
 Date:  Sun, 25 Apr 2004 05:52:12 +0200
I was not saying that inbound traffic shaping did not work just that it
is not sane to use inbound shaping when you have a xDSL/cable I-net
connection. The reason is simple, you donít have anything to do with
your inbound traffic unless you are ISP... limiting inbound traffic will
not achieve anything unless you have control of the edge routers which
you normally donít. I donít expect that this note will explain
everything to you but donít use inbound shaping =)


-----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
Från: Jose Iadicicco [mailto:joseiadicicco at yahoo dot com] 
Skickat: den 24 april 2004 20:36
Till: Adam Nellemann
Kopia: Dennis Wallberg; m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Ämne: Re: [m0n0wall] Re: m0n0 - traffic_shaper

Hi all you guys!
Why you sayed that traffic shapper for inbound traffic doesn´t work? I
configured the traffic
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
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!!!!


 --- Adam Nellemann <adam at nellemann dot nu> escribió: > > Dennis Wallberg
> >> Hi
> >> I read the traffic_shaper.txt and I have one question. "For
> >> WAN connections, it is important to ensure that all pipes and
> >> 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
> >> 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
> 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.
> Adam.
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