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From: "Martin A. Brown" <mabrown-firewall-wizards () securepipe com>
Date: Sat, 8 Mar 2003 19:43:35 -0600 (CST)


 : Its possible to do something LIKE QoS or CBQ using IPTABLES ?? I want to
 : control the amount of Kbps per port in INBOUND and OUTBOUND directions

There is some documentation on QoS with linux via the "tc" binary at the
LARTC site [1].  Join the mailing list [2], check the mailing list archive
[3], and read up at Stef Coene's website [4].

In short, iptables allows you to mangle/mark packets, perform some basic
rate limiting, filter, and perform NATs.

In order to do real QoS, you'll need to use tc with your chosen queueing

Good luck,


 [1]  http://lartc.org/
 [2]  http://lartc.org/#mailinglist
 [3]  http://mailman.ds9a.nl/pipermail/lartc/
 [4]  http://docum.org/

Martin A. Brown --- SecurePipe, Inc. --- mabrown () securepipe com

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