If you set the TCP/IP's ACK packets into a high query (like 100), you
won't notice the upstream effecting the downstream. Create a new rule,
and set it so all outgoing TCP packets that have the ACK flag are in the
highest query you have.
If your queries are set to the numbers 1 and 2 right now, setting the
ACKs into a query of number 100 level is fine. ACKs are very small
packets, and all they do is acknowledge whenever you receive a packet
over a TCP/IP connection.
This method requires that you are tunneling this through a pipe that is
smaller than your max upstream bandwidth. This is so your cable/DSL
modem/etc doesn't query your packets.
Mitch (WebCob) wrote:
> Anyone ever seen a good example of asymetric shaping?
> For example, using an ADSL line, Max upstream is only 640kb but download can
> be 2.5Mb or 4.0Mb...
> A simple limiter based on download bandwidth can still allow saturation of
> upload bandwidth causing lost packets and other problems - right? It would
> seem that you'd want to limit both ways - wonder how to best limit them