Re: QoS and guaranteed bandwidth
From: Lowell Gilbert (freebsd-questions-local_at_be-well.ilk.org)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 24 May 2005 09:42:27 -0400
> What is the best sollution (and also simple) to guarantee a bandwidth?
> For example if I have an 1024 kbps conection and i want to share
> this to 30 users and also guarantee 32 kbps to every user so if
> one of them is doing intense FTP the others to easely browse the
> net what should I use for that? I am looking for a solution like
> (and better then) HBT on Linux.
> I've googled for a while but there are not so many resources on that.
Try the Handbook; there are several mentions.
On -STABLE, there are two solid answers: dummynet(4) and altq(4). The
former will be better if you use ipfw(4), the latter if you use pf(4)
[or, I assume, ipf(4)].
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