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Re: Traffic Shapping
- From: Neil J. McRae
- Date: Fri Apr 24 15:22:04 1998
On Fri, 24 Apr 1998 11:24:29 -0500
Jeremy Porter <email@example.com> wrote:
FWIW, the Ascend GRF-400 traffic shapes very well.
> Sure we do it all the time. There are CPU limitations on the
> amount of total traffic that can be pushed through a router that
> is traffic shaping. I'm assuming because all the shaped traffic is
> process switched. Also you will probably want to dedicate a router
> to it.
> Typically these are only useful near the customer connection, as
> you can really only shape outbound packets. (unless you
> traffic shape at your boarders, and have a "large" network, you've
> already paid for the traffic by the time you discard it.)
> In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Natambu Ob
> ton" writes:
> >Has anyone here successfully implement the traffic shaping option on a Cisco
> >Natambu Obleton - Network Administrator - Frontier Internet Inc.
> >970 385 4177 - fax: 970 385 6745 - http://www.frontier.net
> >777 Main St. - Suite #201 - Durango - Colorado - 81301 - USA
> Jeremy Porter, Freeside Communications, Inc. email@example.com
> PO BOX 80315 Austin, Tx 78708 | 512-458-9810
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