November 1st, 2008, 04:19 PM #1
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Trafic Managment on the Ubuntu Server 8.04 HOW TO?
I need help, how to set traffic management on the ubuntu server with the real life situation.
For example, I would like to set the lowest priority or the "Best-Effort Traffic" for the ports in the range from 35000-37000 only on the TX(transmit) and I would like that same port range has normal priority on the RX(receive),
and I would like to set the highest possible priority for the port range of 60000-61000 for the TX(transmit).
And one more thing, is it possible to set the maximum cumulative speed for one port range , like for the port range 15000-16000 I would like to set the maximal cumulative speed of 2000kb/s on the TX and 3000kb/s on the RX.
I mean calculated speed from those port range like no matter how many connections on that port range operate, I want that those ports speed were calculated and shaped and limited to speed for example 2mb/s on the TX and 3mb/s on the RX.
I think that tutorial would be extremely good which would cover this real life situation
Last edited by loopdemack; November 1st, 2008 at 04:22 PM.
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