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SubjectRe: Packet Schedulers in 2.1.71, will they become active?
On 12 Dec 1997, Andi Kleen wrote:
> Foo Chun Choong <ccfoo@hawk.ee.nus.sg> writes:
> > Can the packet scheduler code be used to implement CBQ (class-based
> > queueing) to be used for RSVP?
> The 2.1.7x implementation already includes CBQ (and CSZ, RED and other
> scheduling algorithms). It's not yet finished though.

As soon as linux can apply traffic shaping to firewall rules, itll be
ready to replace our ciscos ;-)

Hmm.. marking of frame relay traffic as DE using firewall rules wouldnt be
bad either..

-Dan


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