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SubjectRe: traffic shapping problem with fragmented packets

> The problem is not really solvable unless you fix the application to send
> smaller packets. The only way to shape traffic in IP is to drop packets

There are 3 ways: 1- dropping packets (obvious), 2- buffer packets and delay
retransmission (if the receiver gets the packet later, it will ACK it later,
ie you play with the timeout value without touching the window size of the
trasnmitter and you don't need to drop packets), 3- use (or misuse ?) ECN.


Bye.

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