Joey Morin wrote:
> This one time, at band camp, Adam Nellemann said:
>>Isn't there at least some difference?
>>I should think the LAN interface might see a lot of LAN traffic (how's
>>that for stating the obvious!) which one would usually not want to shape
>>(and thus one would need special shaper rules ommiting such local
>>traffic, or for sending it through pipes/queues made for LAN traffic).
> unless your internal network uses simple hubs rather than switching hubs,
> the only traffic the LAN interface will see is destined for another
> interface (WAN, PPTP, DMZ, Wireless, etc.), or destined to be dropped by
> the ruleset.... so you don't have to worry about shaping internal
Ah, but of course. *blush*
Still, (*grasping at straws to save his honour*) if you have more than
two interfaces (ie. a DMZ or WLAN), it would make some difference I guess.