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    SubjectRe: TCP send behaviour leads to cable modem woes
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    fredag 27. juni 2003, 22:09, skrev Bryan Whitehead:
    > Take a look at the wondershaper script.
    >
    > It's helped my DSL get good rates from home both up and down...
    >
    > http://lartc.org/wondershaper/

    I wrote something like that myself once.
    It's a good shaper, but it works by *capping* up/download speeds and
    rearranging the priorities locally, which wouldn't help me a bit.

    My problem seems to be the severe burstiness of my connection - read the head
    post for a full explanation.
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