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SubjectRe: Packet Scheduling
Kevin Lentin writes:
> > Unless, of course, the other side is Linux too, which happens more and
> > more often to me. ;)
> Not here. I'm talking to a terminal server.

A usual situation for me is to have a telnet and ftp session to the SAME
site (strange, ha?). If that site performs scheduling, then the terminal
server doesn't matter.

IMHO, packet scheduling is great at what it does and it was never planned
to solve the problem of "other hosts not scheduling". So, I don't take
that as inability of the linux packet scheduler.

| Josip Gracin, student at Faculty of EE and CS in Zagreb, Croatia

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