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Re: Traffic shaping on debian

On 05/27/2016 02:40 PM, Aleksey wrote:
Hi guys!

I have a debian box acting as a router and need a tool to perform traffic shaping based on source/destination IPs, interfaces, etc. I have tried the default tc, however, it uses plenty of resources, e.g. 600 mbps without shaping flows through with 3% cpu load and the same 600mbps with shaping (tc
using htb on egress interface) consumes something like 40% cpu.

Probably someone could advise some kind of a tool to do such shaping with minimum resources consumed - I've searched through the web and found a module named nf-hishape, however, I didn't manage to find some reasonably high number of articles about it as well as no manuals and so on - I guess it's
not very popular (if it's actually alive).

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


Seems you use flat list of filters. How many filters you have?
Did you try hash tables for traffic classification?

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