Active directory Inbound and Outbound replication

Microsoft documentation talk about Inbout and Outbound replication. In the Document "Planning the Physical Structure for a Branch Office Deployment" Microsoft difference between Outbound and inbound connection. Really the two kind of connections are the same. The difference falls in the point the view we evaluate the source of the traffic.
IN this document Microsoft gives us an example (pág. 32)  to divide the replication period between:
4 hours for OUtboud replication
4 hours for inbound replication
4 hours for outboud replication again
I have the doubt, is it possible to configure the replication to difference the kind of replication traffic ?
If I go two the site-link schedule I only could find the global schedule frame.
What Microsoft mean with these groups of replication?
How could i implement it in practice ?
Regards,

Richard.L
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bajicdCommented:
Have you checked the adlb.exe (Active Directory Load Balancing) from w2k3 Resource Kit Tools? Few words from help file:

Active Directory replication uses connection objects to control inbound and outbound traffic between site bridgehead servers. Active Directory Load Balancing Tool (ADLB) balances replication traffic between the available bridgehead servers from the inbound and outbound perspective of a single site.

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