a few month ago there was an article in the german computer mag "c't" which
described how to tune an ADSL connection. One of the tips was to give small
IP-packages (64 bytes and less) a high priority. According to the article
this will result in an improved behaviour when up- and downstream are both
busy at the same time.
As i suffer exactly this problem, i would like to try it out on FreeBSD 5.
As i can not find what the command would be in FreeBSD - and if it is even
supported, i hope some of you FreeBSD / Linux guys can help me out. Here is
the Linux command:
# iptables -A POSTROUTING -t mangle -o ppp0 -p tcp -m length --length :64 -j
MARK --set-mark 12
The comlete script can be downloaded here:
What would be the options in FreeBSD? Thanx!
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