Dear Sir

Thank you for your help

Can dummynet apply in router also?

I run the freebsd as router

I saw doc about dummynet is in bridge in the freebsd
handbook

Thank yo again 

 --- Wojciech Puchar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> > Can you tell me in details?
> >
> > I need the bandwidth software to create graph in
> 1G
> quite unclear question.
> 
> you ipfw to create counters for what you need, read
> it regularly (cron
> etc.), then process data to greate some graphs etc.
> (maybe gnuplot).
> 
> Possibly there are something that will do this for
> you.
> 
> 
> if you like just to get how big traffic goes through
> interface
> you may use systat to take data.
> 
> anyway - it doesn't mean if it's 9600bps ppp link of
> ethernet or gigabit
> ethernet
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