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SubjectRe: Feature proposal (scheduling related)
On ons, 2003-07-23 at 16:17, wrote:
> On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 13:57:41 +0300, said:
> > 1)I 'm connected to the internet via dial-up, therefore I only have 40 kbits of
> > bandwidth available. What I want to do is listen to icecast radio via xmms (at
> > 22 kbits), download the kernel sources with wget, and browse the web at the same
> > time. Currently I think that this is *impossible* (correct me if I'm wrong) as
> > the radio will be full of pauses and the browsing experience painfully slow.
> Basically, you're stuck. The biggest part of the problem is that although you
> can certainly control the outbound packets, you have no real control over when
> inbound packets arrive at the other end of your dial-up.

Take a look at
Does wonders here, both local and forwarded traffic.

André Tomt

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