On Tue, 9 May 2000, Owen Connolly wrote:
> However, they were showing us this pretty cool product that sits behind
> the router and shapes traffic according to a policy defined by you....
pretty much what linux 2.3 can do (and it can do a lot more too).
course i guess the packeteer is easier to setup. And available now. (2.4
aint out yet).
> My only problem with it is the way the 3 products are split the entry
> level box only does up to a 384K pipe, however the next gen entry level
> seems to do up to E1...
no such problem with 2.3. Just get the right hardware.
out of curiosity, how much is this device? And if your router is decent
(eg Cisco IOS 12 has a lot of traffic shaping features, doesn't it?) why
would you need it?
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