TC is the linux tool used to manipulate the traffic control functionality in the kernel.

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tc simple rate limiting

I would like to do a simple rate limiting so all the http traffic (in & out) going to or from my http server is shaped. I have a GigE connexion on the server and I want to rate limit all HTTP ...
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Traffic control: marking packets for shaping

I'm seeking advice about which technology to use to classify packets for shaping in traffic control (tc). I've found at least 3 that could be used: iptables MARK iptables CLASSIFY tc filter Which ...
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higher traffic priority for FPS game in Linux

Goal: when running a FPS game in Linux, automate the setup of higher priority for its network traffic I know such tasks are usually accomplished with a combination of iptables (to mark IP packets ...
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Inconsistencies with Linux tc filter u32 matching on packet data payload - can someone explain?

I would just like some heads up on this as I really don't understand -why- this is the case. Further down is the TCPDUMP output (tcpdump -s0 -XXnni eth0 tcp port 80) of the 'HTTP' response a ...
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Priorize linux traffic in same protocol (http download vs htto browsing) with htb/tc

I have a big time reading but i cant figure-out how to do this. always i have a download in mu network all http browsing are affected, i need to do some specific or dont use sfq ? some one have a ...
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How much traffic a linux-based shaper would be able to chew

I have a linux based traffic shaper (iptables + tc htb policy). It works in bridge mode. Shapes traffic based on IPs and ports (there are about 100 rules in the "mangle" chain of iptables). Right now ...
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Shaping outbound Traffic to Control Download Speeds with Linux

I have a situation where a server makes lots of requests from big webservers all at the same time. Currently, I have not control over the amount of requests or the rate of the requests from the ...
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How do I use the `tc` command to give the 1st queue priority?

Lets say I have 3 queues (# indicates data): Q1: (in)[ ###](out) Q2: (in)[ #####](out) Q3: (in)[ #############](out) Lets say I put all my ICMP packets in Q1 and all the ...