traffic-shaping on more than one if?

traffic-shaping on more than one if?

Post by Birger Toedtman » Wed, 02 Jun 1999 04:00:00



Hi,

did anybody try out this nice traffic-shaper under 2.2.x? I know it is
ALPHA, but anyway, i need
to slow down eth traffic on an adaptec-quad-card (4 ports, tulip chips).
NIC works fine, so
i get 4 if's and after loading shaper.o, i wanted to attach shaper0 ->
eth0, shaper1 -> eth1....,
but shapecfg accepts this only once, reporting on followups "device not
ready".

It seems as if shaper.o/shapecfg supports only 1 (!) shaper if, is that
right?

Would be nice if someone would share (not shape=;)) some experiences on
shaper.o and more
than one if, wether it is possible at all etc...

Regards,

Birger

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1. traffic shaping with one NIC?

does it work? i setup some CBQ qdiscs and classes on a linux box, but
this doesn't shape the traffic i'm routing through it, only traffic
originating from this box. seems like turning
/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward on makes routed traffic pass through but
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is the NIC passing traffic by itself (without kernel interference)? is
this going to be solved instantly when I install a second NIC? in that
case should I turn /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward off, in order for
kernel to process the packets (according to my rules)?

thanx in advance,
dare

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