John P. Looney wrote:
>On Fri, May 03, 2002 at 10:36:38AM +0100, Anders Holm mentioned:
>>>>QoS is in the latest kernels.... Dunno what smoothwaal thinks of having a
>>customised kernel, but in any case, it is there..
>>>>>> QoS was in 2.2...maybe even 2.0...though god help you trying to work out
>how to get traffic shaper working. I spent a while trying to guarantee
>that 10% of our line was reserved for Wolfenstien, and couldn't manage it.
>>One thing that MS ISA has is QoS based on userid, and protocol. This
allows the proxy
server to control how much of the available bandwidth is allocated to
or groups. Unfortunately it is based on MS-Proxy, and that was some heap
requiring a reboot of the proxy machine about 4-5 times a day.
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