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Posted on 2004-08-11
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I need help to set up trafic shaping on my linux firewall.


It has 3 nic's.

eth0 connected to internet. 256k line
eth1 connected to dmz where I have sql server and www server and mail server and ssh.
eth2 Private network.


I like to host a web page and a sql server inside dmz for a customer and the bandwith for this and ssh should have the highest priority.
( it should never be slow when someone download a large file or send or recieve large e-mails)

Can someone help me set this up?
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maybe im not sure you need a port bandwith control woth shapin in here at the bottom you have an example of that

http://talk.trekweb.com/~jasonb/articles/linux_tc_minihowto.shtml

other option is a tool or gui for make this. "i never try this tool"

i post only a ideas :)

http://freshmeat.net/projects/tcss/?branch_id=51240&release_id=168054
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