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SubjectRe: bandwidth 'depredation'
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    Hi Giuliano :)

>> IMHO, the IP layer (well, in this case the TCP layer) should
>> distribute the bandwidth (although I don't know how to do this), and
>> the kernel seems to be not doing it.
>No, IP doesn't balance anything. You have to filter the traffic with
>QoS of traffic shapers to give different "priorities" to packets as
>you like. Wget doesn't "grab" the bandwidth, it's the remote server
>that fills it.

Now I know it, but I don't understand how shaping the outgoing
traffic will help with my incoming traffic O:)

Thanks for answering :)

Raúl
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