[techtalk] Bandwidth management

Sriram-HO sriramv at ho.hclcomnet.co.in
Mon Mar 6 16:48:50 EST 2000


What I want is this:

I have a 2 MB pipe from the ISP. Now I want to allocate this bandwidth to
some of my other locations. I should be able to say location a be given 64
K, location b 25 k and so on using the bandwidth managment software. Typical
example is Floodgate.


-----Original Message-----
From: Jenn V. <jenn at simegen.com>
To: techtalk at linuxchix.org <techtalk at linuxchix.org>
Date: Monday, March 06, 2000 3:31 PM
Subject: [techtalk] Bandwidth management (was: Dual Boot)

>Sriram-HO wrote:
>> Is there any bandwidth management software for Linux available? Something
>> like Floodgate?
>Not sure - I do know that Dancer is constantly tweaking
>/something/ to ensure that large downloads don't interfere
>with someone MUSHing...
>(we share a 28.8. It matters.)
>Jenn V.
>  "We're repairing the coolant loop of a nuclear fusion reactor.
>   This is women's work!"
> Helix, Freefall. http://www.purrsia.com/freefall/
>Jenn Vesperman    jenn at simegen.com     http://www.simegen.com/~jenn
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