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  • From: Vicky Rode
  • Date: Tue May 11 14:53:52 2004


Hi there,

Just wondering why was my e-mail thread (Hierarchical Credit-based Queuing (HCQ): QoS) dated 5/9/2004 9:36 PM reported as a spam? Just trying to understand so that I don't repeat it. Below is a cut and paste of the reported incident.


Please advice.


regards,
/vicky


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Hi there,


Just wondering if anyone out there has either implemented or looked into

this queuing method for quality of service implementation.
This solution is offered (hardware solution) and patented by
foursticks.com. According to foursticks, "HCQ achieves the efficiency
and flexibility of first generation queuing systems, without the
disadvantages."

It compares HCQ (interesting reading) w/ Class-Based Queuing (CBQ),
Random Early Discard (RED) and Weighted Random Early Discard
(WRED),Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ),Priority Queuing (PQ) & Low Latency
Queuing (LLQ).


Also can anyone recommend a qos forum which I can ping as well.


Any insight will be appreciated.


regards,
/vicky






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