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Re: traffic shaping https connections



hiya,

this looks pretty cool, but after reading the docs i'm not sure if it
will do what i want.  i want to specifically limit all traffic on a
certain port (https) to the outside world to a hard limit, but not
anything else... and it seems that with wondershaper i can either a)
set a hard limit on the entire interface or b) set https to a lower
priority traffic.  a) is a little heavy handed i think and b) won't keep
apache-ssl from disturbing my counterstrike games...

have i misunderstood?  anyway there seems to be a bunch of other good stuff
on lartc.org as far as reference goes, so i'll take a peek at all that.

thanks,
	sean


On Sun, Nov 17, 2002 at 07:25:17PM +0100, Andrea Borgia wrote:
> On Sun, 17 Nov 2002, sean finney wrote:
> 
> sf>so, i'd like to set up a shaper that caps the bandwidth for https
> sf>connections.  i've looked at both the route-based shaper (the one
> sf>that works with the shapecfg pkg), and the QoS/CBQ one + the
> sf>HTB2 patch (which works with the shaper pkg).
> 
> Have a look at wondershaper:
> http://lartc.org/wondershaper/
> 
> It allows you to cap up/downlink speeds in order to improve latency and also
> to mark certain ports/hosts as lower/higher priority than normal.
> 
> Have fun,
> Andrea.
> 
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