[LARTC] Shaping per IP in PPPoE borrowing or sharing Uplink or Downlink

Rani Ahmed rani79 at idm.net.lb
Thu Apr 20 10:38:25 CEST 2006


thanks for your help. but i am not that much used to tc. i use tcng. so 
how should i write that in tcng?
Anton Glinkov wrote:

>If they are all on the same ethernet device, you can match them with:
>tc filter add dev ${DEVICE} parent 1: protocol all u32 \
>match u16 0x8864 0xFFFF at -2 flowid 1:${ID}
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>8864 is the PPP session ethernet protocol
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>you can play around with u32 if you want to match tos or ports and stuff..
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>>helo again. I think this question i am asking is worth:
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>>we know that pppoe-server creates a pppX device on each connection done
>>to it.
>>So, when i have to shape, i have to shape each pppX connection device on
>>itself alone.
>>What i know is that the borrowing method on one device by itself,  e.g.
>>ppp0, alone using HTB or the like. this means that i have to create for
>>another device, e.g. ppp1, its own HTB or CBQ tree.
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>>So, how can i in PPPoE technology setup sharing or borrowing between all
>>the pppX devices so it won't let network starvation problem float on
>>surface?
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>>Thanks.
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