On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, Deim Agoston wrote:
> Helo !
>> Is thre a tool which I can use to manage the bandwith ? I mean there's a
> 2MB leased line and there will be a client who wants to use it but we only
> want to give him 256s/kb ? Let's say :
have a look at 'tc' and the advanced routing howto.
> I doesn't stick to linux I would use *BSD happily if there is a a tool for
> it or Solaris at last. Best solution would be a GPL/BSD license programm
> but any other solution is welcome.
cisco IOS? i don't know whether traffic shaping comes per standard
with it though..
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