Build a kernel with traffic classifaction and CBQ, and use "tc".
See the howtos.
On Tue, Jun 11, 2002 at 09:44:46AM +0200, DervishD wrote:
> Hello all :))
> I've noticed that, when using certain programs like 'wget', the
> bandwidth seems to be 'depredated' by them. When I download a file
> with lukemftp or with links, the bandwidth is then distributed
> between all IP clients, but when using wget or some ftp clients, it
> is not distributed. BTW, I'm using an ADSL line (128 up / 256 down).
> 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.
> I don't know if this is the intended behaviour or even if this is
> a kernel fault or not, but I think that is not good ;)
> Thanks :)
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