Dummynet on 64 bit systems

2013-05-07 Thread Rama Varma
Hello, I was interested in knowing if Dummynet is supported on Windows 7 x64. I tried on 32 bit Windows 7 and works good. If it should work on 64 bit Windoows 7, can you let me know the install procedure. Or do you have a digitally signed ipfw.sys ? Thanks Rama

Re: Dummynet on 64 bit systems

2013-05-07 Thread Joshua Isom
http://info.iet.unipi.it/~luigi/dummynet/#58be I wanted to do http://lmgtfy.com/?q=dummynet first, but it'll still help for other issues that might come up when using it on windows. On 5/7/2013 4:17 PM, Rama Varma wrote: Hello, I was interested in knowing if Dummynet is supported on Windows

doesn't dummynet work with vlan ?

2012-06-07 Thread Yavuz Maşlak
Hello there  I use freebsd8.2 I added dummynet and other followings into the kernel; options IPFIREWALL #firewall options IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE #print information about options IPFIREWALL_FORWARD #enable trasparent proxy support  options IPFIREWALL_DEFAULT_TO_ACCEPT #allow everything by default

Re: IPFW transparent VS dummynet rules

2012-01-08 Thread budsz
dummynet   piping first, if it is to apply also to forwarded packets.     (sysctl)        net.inet.ip.fw.one_pass: 1               When set, the packet exiting from the dummynet pipe or from               ng_ipfw(4) node is not passed though the firewall again.   Other

IPFW transparent VS dummynet rules

2012-01-07 Thread budsz
Hi folks, I already found the mistake of my ruleset sequence on my box, for ex: ${fwcmd} add 30 fwd ${ipproxy},${portproxy} tcp from ${ipclproxy} to any dst-port ${porthttp} in via ${ifint0} ${fwcmd} add 52 pipe 2 ip from any to ${ipclient} via ${ifint0} ${fwcmd} add 53 pipe 3 ip from

Re: IPFW transparent VS dummynet rules

2012-01-07 Thread Ian Smith
the last sentence. You'll have to do your dummynet piping first, if it is to apply also to forwarded packets. (sysctl) net.inet.ip.fw.one_pass: 1 When set, the packet exiting from the dummynet pipe or from ng_ipfw(4) node is not passed though the firewall again. Other

dummynet in 8.1

2010-07-25 Thread Matias
Hi, I've read in the release notes that ipfw and dummynet have been improved. I've wonder if with 8.1 will it be possible to bridge a VLAN Trunk and filter VLAN tagged frames (actually, send packets to a dummynet queue for traffic shapping). I've tried this with 8.0 but seems like ipfw does

Re: dummynet in 8.1

2010-07-25 Thread Ian Smith
Re: freebsd-questions Digest, Vol 320, Issue 18, Message: 7 On Sun, 25 Jul 2010 13:56:04 +0200 Matias matiassu...@gmail.com wrote: I've read in the release notes that ipfw and dummynet have been improved. I've wonder if with 8.1 will it be possible to bridge a VLAN Trunk and filter VLAN

Traffic Shaping Bridge with Dummynet

2009-09-14 Thread Dan D Niles
-bridging.html) says The bridge can be used as a traffic shaper with altq(4) or dummynet(4). So what am I doing wrong? What else do I need to do to limit the bandwidth over a bridge? Thanks, Dan ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

IPFW/Dummynet/Bridging with VLAN trunks?

2009-04-21 Thread Howard Jones
I'm trying to use Dummynet+IPFW and bridging to make a packet shaper that runs across multiple VLANs. So my intended set up is: [users]-[Aggregate Switch]=[FreeBSD]=[Upstream Switch (with IP interfaces for each vlan)]-The World where - is a single VLAN, and = is a tagged dot1q trunk. The aim

Re: IPFW/Dummynet/Bridging with VLAN trunks?

2009-04-21 Thread Chris Cowart
Howard Jones wrote: I'm trying to use Dummynet+IPFW and bridging to make a packet shaper that runs across multiple VLANs. So my intended set up is: [users]-[Aggregate Switch]=[FreeBSD]=[Upstream Switch (with IP interfaces for each vlan)]-The World where - is a single VLAN

Re[2]: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-28 Thread KES
Здравствуйте, Ian. May be this will be usefull for you #1. ping -D -S 10.10.16.16 -s 1472 -i 0.01 10.0.16.1 #2. ping -S 10.10.16.17 10.0.16.1 ### --- ### --- ### --- ### --- ### --- ### --- # 111 ### --- ### --- ### ---

Re[2]: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-28 Thread Ian Smith
On Wed, 28 Jan 2009, KES wrote: , Ian. May be this will be usefull for you Yes, but I need to read it more times :) Nicely answers the question about stats per flow/queue anyway, not too hard to parse for logging. #1. ping -D -S 10.10.16.16 -s 1472 -i 0.01 10.0.16.1 #2.

Re[3]: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-28 Thread KES
this parameter in queue and remove DEPRECATED (I think so) 'pipe' opts from queue. In any case this is black box how pipe is coupled with queue. This is unclear section in man. Also I notice next BUG: There are two modes of dummynet operation: normal and fast. Normal mode tries to emulate

Re: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-27 Thread Ian Smith
On Mon, 26 Jan 2009, Sebastian Mellmann wrote: Ian Smith wrote: On Thu, 22 Jan 2009 08:10:09 +0100 (CET) So far I've got those rules: in_if=em0 out_if=em1 management_if=em2 in_ip=100.100.100.1 out_ip=200.200.200.1 management_ip=172.16.0.201

Re: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-27 Thread Sebastian Mellmann
Ian Smith wrote: That's a very good ipfw tutorial, given parts of it are a bit outdated (FreeBSD 4.x) but it covers a lot of useful background. I just skimmed lots of it now but nothing I read jarred, unlike the Handbook section. If I choose the default (50 packets) it means that it takes

Re[2]: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-27 Thread KES
Здравствуйте, Sebastian. Вы писали 26 января 2009 г., 12:16:18: SM Ian Smith wrote: SM On Thu, 22 Jan 2009 08:10:09 +0100 (CET) So far I've got those rules: in_if=em0 out_if=em1 management_if=em2 in_ip=100.100.100.1 out_ip=200.200.200.1 management_ip=172.16.0.201

Re: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-27 Thread Ian Smith
On Tue, 27 Jan 2009, Sebastian Mellmann wrote: Ian Smith wrote: [..] 00060: 192.000 Kbit/s0 ms 30 KB 1 queues (1 buckets) droptail 0 tcp 192.168.0.64/1032207.46.106.36/1863 1847947 563209421 0 0 141 00070: 3.072 Mbit/s0 ms 40 KB 1 queues (1 buckets) droptail

Re: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-26 Thread Sebastian Mellmann
Ian Smith wrote: On Thu, 22 Jan 2009 08:10:09 +0100 (CET) So far I've got those rules: in_if=em0 out_if=em1 management_if=em2 in_ip=100.100.100.1 out_ip=200.200.200.1 management_ip=172.16.0.201 client1_subnet=192.168.5.0/26 client2_subnet=192.168.6.0/26

Re: IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-24 Thread Ian Smith
On Thu, 22 Jan 2009 08:10:09 +0100 (CET) Sebastian Mellmann sebastian.mellm...@net.t-labs.tu-berlin.de wrote: I'm using FreeBSD 7.0 with IPFW DUMMYNET enabled. I've got a problem with creating a ruleset which allows me to limit the overall bandwidth of a link and afterwards pass

IPFW DUMMYNET: Several pipes after each other

2009-01-21 Thread Sebastian Mellmann
Hi! I'm using FreeBSD 7.0 with IPFW DUMMYNET enabled. I've got a problem with creating a ruleset which allows me to limit the overall bandwidth of a link and afterwards pass the packets to another pipe for processing. So far I've got those rules: in_if=em0 out_if=em1 management_if=em2 in_ip

Re: Strange hang with dummynet

2008-09-16 Thread Nikola Knežević
On 16 Sep 2008, at 14:38 , Nikola Kne?evi? wrote: I'm running FreeBSD 7.1-PRERELEASE with custom kernel on my box, and when I did: kldload dummynet kldload ipfw the machine just hanged - I couldn't access it over ssh, and current sessions were blocked. This happens also with GENERIC. I

Bidirectional traffic control with PF and altq or dummynet

2008-08-21 Thread eculp
I have been using PF for several years now and used IPFW previous to PF that I've grown more and more fond of. I now need to manage bidirectional traffic I have used Dummynet before to do similar things but it is my understanding that Altq can only manage outgoing traffic. My questions

Bidirectional traffic control with PF and altq or dummynet

2008-08-21 Thread Edwin L. Culp
I have been using PF for several years now and used IPFW previous to PF that I've grown more and more fond of. I now need to manage bidirectional traffic I have used Dummynet before to do similar things but it is my understanding that Altq can only manage outgoing traffic although I find

Re: Bidirectional traffic control with PF and altq or dummynet

2008-08-21 Thread Andrew D
Edwin L. Culp wrote: I have been using PF for several years now and used IPFW previous to PF that I've grown more and more fond of. I now need to manage bidirectional traffic I have used Dummynet before to do similar things but it is my understanding that Altq can only manage outgoing traffic

FreeBSD 7.0 and DummyNet

2008-05-27 Thread Ray Seals
It's been a long time since I have tried to get dummynet working. I have a FreeBSD 7.0 box ready to go. Do I still need to recompile the kernel and all that stuff or is there any easier way to do this now? -- Ray Seals - Office: 314-594-0150 (St. Louis

Re: FreeBSD 7.0 and DummyNet

2008-05-27 Thread Vince Hoffman
Ray Seals wrote: It's been a long time since I have tried to get dummynet working. I have a FreeBSD 7.0 box ready to go. Do I still need to recompile the kernel and all that stuff or is there any easier way to do this now? I tend to use pf/altq but dummynet and ipfw seem to exist as modules

Re: FreeBSD 7.0 and DummyNet

2008-05-27 Thread Vince Hoffman
Vince Hoffman wrote: Ray Seals wrote: It's been a long time since I have tried to get dummynet working. I have a FreeBSD 7.0 box ready to go. Do I still need to recompile the kernel and all that stuff or is there any easier way to do this now? I tend to use pf/altq but dummynet and ipfw

IPFW / Dummynet problem

2008-03-15 Thread Jay L. T. Cornwall
all from any to any via vr1 add 00640 allow all from 192.168.1.30 to any add 00641 allow all from any to 192.168.1.30 I then add the following dummynet rules before these. The LAN continues to work (queueing is only applied to the vr1 WAN interface), the WAN continues to work from the bridge

dummynet lag

2007-08-31 Thread deeptech71
Is it normal to have +10msec ping times when pinging through dummynet (ipfw pipes)? If yes, why? If not, WTF? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail

Re: dummynet lag

2007-08-31 Thread Wojciech Puchar
Is it normal to have +10msec ping times when pinging through dummynet (ipfw depends how exactly it's configured pipes)? If yes, why? If not, WTF? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd

Re: dummynet lag

2007-08-31 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Aug 31, 2007, at 6:34 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it normal to have +10msec ping times when pinging through dummynet (ipfw pipes)? If yes, why? If not, WTF? If your HZ is 100, then, yes, it's common for the packets to be delayed by 10+ msec. Set HZ to 1000 or higher and you'll have

Bandwidth limiting with ipfw and dummynet

2007-02-13 Thread Jon Drukman
I'd like to limit him to 384Kbit/sec.Can someone help me get bandwidth limiting working? I've tried all the examples I could find via google but none of them work. My roomate is frequently uploading stuff to his office, and when he does, it completely saturates our outbound link and makes

Re: 6.x, 4.x ipfw/dummynet pf/altq - network performance issues

2007-02-06 Thread Chris
On 06/02/07, Justin Robertson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've actually already done everything you've suggested with little or no impact at all. One point where we have different results is with ADAPTIVE_GIANT, I actually noticed a drop of about 50kpps thruput when disabling it. Hmm I am

Re: 6.x, 4.x ipfw/dummynet pf/altq - network performance issues

2007-02-06 Thread Mike Tancsa
At 08:03 AM 2/6/2007, Chris wrote: On 06/02/07, Justin Robertson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've actually already done everything you've suggested with little or no impact at all. One point where we have different results is with ADAPTIVE_GIANT, I actually noticed a drop of about 50kpps thruput

6.x, 4.x ipfw/dummynet pf/altq - network performance issues

2007-02-05 Thread Justin Robertson
traffic the machine will fall over. Inbound floods appear to cause ALL inbound traffic to lag horrifically (while rate limiting/piping), which inherently causes a lot of outbound loss due to broken TCP. Now, I'm not sure if this is something to do with dummynet being horribly inefficient

Re: 6.x, 4.x ipfw/dummynet pf/altq - network performance issues

2007-02-05 Thread Mike Tancsa
On Mon, 05 Feb 2007 14:03:41 -0800, in sentex.lists.freebsd.questions you wrote: I suppose my concerns are two-fold. Why is 6.x collapsing under traffic that 4.11 could easily block and run merrily along with, and is there a queueing mechanism in place that doesn't tie up the box so much on

Re: 6.x, 4.x ipfw/dummynet pf/altq - network performance issues

2007-02-05 Thread Justin Robertson
I've actually already done everything you've suggested with little or no impact at all. One point where we have different results is with ADAPTIVE_GIANT, I actually noticed a drop of about 50kpps thruput when disabling it. Mike Tancsa wrote: On Mon, 05 Feb 2007 14:03:41 -0800, in

Re: 6.x, 4.x ipfw/dummynet pf/altq - network performance issues

2007-02-05 Thread Mike Tancsa
At 09:53 PM 2/5/2007, Justin Robertson wrote: I've actually already done everything you've suggested with little or no impact at all. Are you sure you had kern.polling.idle_poll=1 enabled ? It makes a big difference in RELENG_6 with it on or off in my tests. ---Mike

Dummynet howto?

2007-01-18 Thread Dan Mahoney, System Admin
Hey all, In dummynet, what's an appropriate queue size for a 50 Megabit pipe? And is there a general rule-of-thumb or calcluation I should be doing (i.e. limitation size times some number or something?) -Dan -- Hitler, Satan, those Hanson kids, anything. Just not the curious anteater

Dummynet with vlans

2007-01-16 Thread Dan Mahoney, System Admin
each is relative to a switch port). This setup works fine. Each vlan entry has it's own /29 IP address. That said, what is the proper syntax for adding dummynet rules to this? For example, to constrain one of those ports to (say) 50 megabits. I'm using pipe 440 config bw 50mbit/s pipe 441

Override dummynet delay limit

2006-12-27 Thread ryan m
Hello, I'm trying to override the 10 second limit to a dummynet pipe delay, and allow it to be unlimited (or at least several minutes). I found this email in the achives: http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-net/2004-March/003370.html Following the email I modified /usr/src/sbin/ipfw

Re: Override dummynet delay limit

2006-12-27 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Dec 27), ryan m said: Hello, I'm trying to override the 10 second limit to a dummynet pipe delay, and allow it to be unlimited (or at least several minutes). I found this email in the achives: http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-net/2004-March/003370.html

Re: Dummynet fragmenting packets

2006-12-12 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Mike Murphree [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Having an issue on a 5.3 system using ipfw and dummynet to create a bandwidth limited and large latency pipe for a mpeg video stream. If I pass the packets between the two NICs without routing through a dummynet pipe, it's fine. If I route

Dummynet fragmenting packets

2006-12-11 Thread Mike Murphree
Having an issue on a 5.3 system using ipfw and dummynet to create a bandwidth limited and large latency pipe for a mpeg video stream. If I pass the packets between the two NICs without routing through a dummynet pipe, it's fine. If I route it through a pipe, it's fragmenting each packet (client

dummynet

2006-10-25 Thread Thanh Tuan Tran
Hello I want to ask You: when i configure my dummynet router with large delay time, then can packet loss happen? ,and can you show me how to increase network buffer size in dummynet router for overcoming it. ---Tuan--- ___ freebsd-questions

Re: Dummynet Question

2006-09-26 Thread Nikos Vassiliadis
On Tuesday 26 September 2006 05:00, Sushant Sharma wrote: Hi all, I have installed dummynet on a machine-2 which I am using to introduce delay between the packets that I'll be sending from machine-1 to machine-3. I am using ping to confirm that ICMP/TCP packets are getting delayed. I know

Dummynet Question

2006-09-25 Thread Sushant Sharma
Hi all, I have installed dummynet on a machine-2 which I am using to introduce delay between the packets that I'll be sending from machine-1 to machine-3. I am using ping to confirm that ICMP/TCP packets are getting delayed. I know both UDP/TCP fall under ip, so UDP packets should also be getting

Help about dynamic rule dummynet

2006-09-22 Thread budsz
Hi, I've old problem with dynamic rule dummynet. I've internet cafe and of couse they could using download accelerator for download large file from HTTP/FTP server. In this case they use Freshget or something like that. In /etc/rc.firewall I have rule like: # Downstream for client ipcl

Dummynet in an IPFilter setup

2006-09-20 Thread Odhiambo Washington
Hiya, Since freebsd-ipfw is dead and mostly for spammers, let me try my luck here once more ;) I am trying to prove a point to a customer - that he can save the cost of expensive routing hardware by just having a FreeBSD box on their LAN. Unfortunately, this also means that I need to spend days

Re: Dummynet in an IPFilter setup

2006-09-20 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Odhiambo Washington [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [snip] The scenario: I am running a FreeBSD 5.x box with IPFilter/IPNAT. The box has two interfaces at the moment, external interface connected to the hostile Internet and internal interface connected to a switch for the LAN. The

Re: Dummynet in an IPFilter setup

2006-09-20 Thread Erik Norgaard
Odhiambo Washington wrote: I need to control bandwidth on the external interface only, not on the LAN (internal interfaces). Is this rightful thinking or sheer imagination which is not practical? If you're happy with IPFilter and need to ensure minimum bandwidth for some network segment,

Re: Dummynet in an IPFilter setup

2006-09-20 Thread Odhiambo Washington
* On 20/09/06 11:16 -0400, Bill Moran wrote: | In response to Odhiambo Washington [EMAIL PROTECTED]: | | [snip] | | The scenario: | | I am running a FreeBSD 5.x box with IPFilter/IPNAT. The box has two | interfaces at the moment, external interface connected to the hostile | Internet and

Re: Dummynet in an IPFilter setup

2006-09-20 Thread Odhiambo Washington
* On 20/09/06 17:16 +0200, Erik Norgaard wrote: | Odhiambo Washington wrote: | | I need to control bandwidth on the external interface only, not on the | LAN (internal interfaces). | | Is this rightful thinking or sheer imagination which is not practical? | | If you're happy with IPFilter and

Re: Dummynet in an IPFilter setup

2006-09-20 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Odhiambo Washington [EMAIL PROTECTED]: * On 20/09/06 11:16 -0400, Bill Moran wrote: | In response to Odhiambo Washington [EMAIL PROTECTED]: | | [snip] | | The scenario: | | I am running a FreeBSD 5.x box with IPFilter/IPNAT. The box has two | interfaces at the

Re: Traffic shaping with ipfw/DUMMYNET when using natd

2006-05-25 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Wed, May 24, 2006 at 08:32:53AM -0600, G-der wrote: I've been setting up ipfw and DUMMYNET to do some traffic shaping on my network. Right now to test things out I've basicly put everything into two categories. There's traffic from 10.0.10.10 which is lower priority (this is a download

Traffic shaping with ipfw/DUMMYNET when using natd

2006-05-24 Thread G-der
I've been setting up ipfw and DUMMYNET to do some traffic shaping on my network. Right now to test things out I've basicly put everything into two categories. There's traffic from 10.0.10.10 which is lower priority (this is a download machine) and then there's everything else. The biggest

dummynet on vlan parent interfaces

2006-05-09 Thread Dunc
Hi, I am attempting to set up contended bandwidth of varying levels, using vlans and dummynet. I have 3 nics, one for each level of service, and am simply setting the parent interface of each vlan device to the correct nic for required level. I was then hoping to limit the whole real nic

Re: Simluating a satellite connection using dummynet?

2006-04-24 Thread Olivier Nicole
I've been reading up on it and best I can tell I'm looking at 1000ms round trips... at *best*. Most of what I do I can do on servers at home, but there will be the occasional ssh, etc. Supposedly, the round trip should be only 500 ms: the time for the signal to go from earth to the

Re: Simluating a satellite connection using dummynet?

2006-04-23 Thread Kevin Kinsey
looking at 1000ms round trips... at *best*. Most of what I do I can do on servers at home, but there will be the occasional ssh, etc. I recently setup ipfw/dummynet with a pipe and a 750ms delay both in and out and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be -- at least for ssh/text. Reminds me

Re: Simluating a satellite connection using dummynet?

2006-04-23 Thread jdow
reading up on it and best I can tell I'm looking at 1000ms round trips... at *best*. Most of what I do I can do on servers at home, but there will be the occasional ssh, etc. I recently setup ipfw/dummynet with a pipe and a 750ms delay both in and out and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would

Simluating a satellite connection using dummynet?

2006-04-22 Thread Philip Hallstrom
on servers at home, but there will be the occasional ssh, etc. I recently setup ipfw/dummynet with a pipe and a 750ms delay both in and out and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be -- at least for ssh/text. Reminds me of my days on a 9600 baud modem. heh. I'm curious though whether

Re: Simluating a satellite connection using dummynet?

2006-04-22 Thread Dan Busarow
round trips... at *best*. Most of what I do I can do on servers at home, but there will be the occasional ssh, etc. I recently setup ipfw/dummynet with a pipe and a 750ms delay both in and out and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be -- at least for ssh/text. Reminds me of my days

Dummynet with Dynamic IPFW Rules

2006-02-25 Thread RW
I've been looking into using Dummynet for outgoing traffic, and I've found it hard going because the tutorials and how-to's deal with it in isolation, without indicating how it would be used in a real firewall. They generally suggest setting net.inet.ip.fw.one_pass=1, which as I understand

Re: Submit a bug for broken PicoBSD Dummynet/bridge?

2006-01-24 Thread Ceri Davies
On 23 Jan 2006, at 21:27, Tyler T wrote: I posted about this earlier but no replies. Since then I wiped my hard drive and reinstalled FreeBSD 6 from scratch. I still get this error when trying to make a PicoBSD Dummynet bridge floppy http://i1.tinypic.com/mhwvux.gif Should I go ahead

Re: Submit a bug for broken PicoBSD Dummynet/bridge?

2006-01-24 Thread Tyler T
I still get this error when trying to make a PicoBSD Dummynet bridge floppy http://i1.tinypic.com/mhwvux.gif That depends if you rolled your own crunchgen configuration or not. Are you following a standard document to do this? Thanks for the reply!! I'm using http://people.freebsd.org

Re: Submit a bug for broken PicoBSD Dummynet/bridge?

2006-01-24 Thread Ceri Davies
On Tue, Jan 24, 2006 at 09:24:00AM -0700, Tyler T wrote: I still get this error when trying to make a PicoBSD Dummynet bridge floppy http://i1.tinypic.com/mhwvux.gif That depends if you rolled your own crunchgen configuration or not. Are you following a standard document to do

Re: Submit a bug for broken PicoBSD Dummynet/bridge?

2006-01-24 Thread Tyler T
I still get this error when trying to make a PicoBSD Dummynet bridge floppy http://i1.tinypic.com/mhwvux.gif Are you following a standard document to do this? Thanks for the reply!! I'm using http://people.freebsd.org/~picobsd/picobsd/doc/how2build.html That document

Submit a bug for broken PicoBSD Dummynet/bridge?

2006-01-23 Thread Tyler T
I posted about this earlier but no replies. Since then I wiped my hard drive and reinstalled FreeBSD 6 from scratch. I still get this error when trying to make a PicoBSD Dummynet bridge floppy http://i1.tinypic.com/mhwvux.gif Should I go ahead and submit a bug for it? Thanks

PicoBSD Dummynet/bridge errors

2006-01-16 Thread Tyler T
Hi, I just did a default installation of FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE. I ran the PicoBSD script in an attempt to create a DummyNet floppy, but I got the following error: http://tinypic.com/kcmjnt.gif It says I have lots of undefined references such as gctl_getr_handle, gctl_ro_param, gctl_issue

Re: challenge with dummynet+ipfw

2005-08-29 Thread Jeremie Le Hen
same bandwith I want to use ipfw+dummynet. Solutions is to pass traffic that match an rule to multiple pipe or queue with different weights. But how? What is the precedence? (need sysctl net.inet.ip.fw.one_pass=0) If any have an solutions please be explicity. I dont want to be easy

challenge with dummynet+ipfw

2005-08-28 Thread vladone
512kbit/s | | | | | | users share users share same bandwith same bandwith I want to use ipfw+dummynet. Solutions is to pass traffic

Re: challenge with dummynet+ipfw

2005-08-28 Thread Glenn Dawson
+dummynet. Solutions is to pass traffic that match an rule to multiple pipe or queue with different weights. But how? What is the precedence? (need sysctl net.inet.ip.fw.one_pass=0) If any have an solutions please be explicity. I dont want to be easy, but is significant in this case, in wich order

Re[2]: challenge with dummynet+ipfw

2005-08-28 Thread vladone
I know about pf+altq. I can use even ipfw+altw. But i'm fun dummynet, and i want to use'it. :) My work at moment is: #download total $cmd pipe 1 config bw 1000kbits/s #download agregate (low pri. 300kbits/s agregate) $cmd pipe 2 config bw 300kbits/s $cmd queue 2 config weight 1 pipe 1 $cmd

moving from ipfw/dummynet to pf/altq

2005-05-21 Thread Abu Khaled
I need help moving from ipfw and dummynet to pf and altq. So far I have converted most ipfw rules to pf. Can someone tell me if there is something for altq like this for dummynet # ipfw add 1 pipe 1 config bw 64Kbit/s queue 10Kbytes mask src-ip 0x # ipfw add 2 pipe 2 confg bw 128Kbit/s

any problems using dummynet as a module?

2005-04-26 Thread Andy Firman
I need to traffic shape a remote box that runs IPF, and I have taken the time to learn to use IPFW with dummynet, and also that I can run IPFW wide open as IPF is the firewall. The box is 5.4 stable (generic) and I can't get around doing a reboot, from all the testing I have done. Must reboot

Rule dummynet.

2005-04-16 Thread budsz
Hi, I use FreeBSD 4.X using traffic shapper with dummynet, I've some questions about implementation rule for my box, for example: I've 4 client computer let's say A, B, C, and D. I've total bandwith 1 Mbps. If client A online and the other offline (B, C, D), client A should get 100% bandwidht

Re: Traffic Shapping (IPFW + DUMMYNET) Question

2005-04-15 Thread RW
, but I wouldn't be very optimistic about what you are trying to do. AFAIK dummynet works through IP packet queueing. That means that it can do a good job of shaping outgoing traffic, but the only control it has on incoming traffic is through dropping packets that have already been received, which

Re: Traffic Shapping (IPFW + DUMMYNET) Question

2005-04-15 Thread Chris Haulmark
On Thu, 2005-04-14 at 09:53 -0400, Timothy Radigan wrote: Hi all, I'm new to the entire idea of traffic shaping and I came up with some rules for my BSD firewall/router/VoIP gateway and I just wanted to make sure that what I am trying to accomplish is actually going to happen with these

Traffic Shapping (IPFW + DUMMYNET) Question

2005-04-14 Thread Timothy Radigan
Hi all, I'm new to the entire idea of traffic shaping and I came up with some rules for my BSD firewall/router/VoIP gateway and I just wanted to make sure that what I am trying to accomplish is actually going to happen with these rules in place. Currently, my broadband connection is a 4Mb down

Re: dummynet problems

2005-04-06 Thread Sergey Lapin
I don't use dummynet myself, but surely it would be easier to help you if you described what the actual problem is? Well, actual problem description: FreeBSD-5.3 router; rl0 - internal interface rl1 - external. rl1 is connected to ADSL modem from provider; The link bandwidth is 64kbps

Re: dummynet problems

2005-04-05 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Sergey Lapin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, all! Here I have a problem with dummynet. System is FreeBSD-5.3-STABLE month ago. we have very small bandwidth from LAN. rl0 is internal interface. ipfw rukes are (fwcmd=/sbin/ipfw): ${fwcmd} pipe 1 config bw 60Kbit/s ${fwcmd} add 778 pipe

dummynet problems

2005-04-04 Thread Sergey Lapin
Hi, all! Here I have a problem with dummynet. System is FreeBSD-5.3-STABLE month ago. we have very small bandwidth from LAN. rl0 is internal interface. ipfw rukes are (fwcmd=/sbin/ipfw): ${fwcmd} pipe 1 config bw 60Kbit/s ${fwcmd} add 778 pipe 1 tcp from any

dummynet trick

2005-03-17 Thread Laszlo Zsolt Nagy
Hello, This is the beginning of my script: ipfw -q flush ipfw pipe 1 config bw 729kbit/s ipfw pipe 2 config bw 121kbit/s ipfw queue 1 config pipe 1 weight 94 ipfw queue 2 config pipe 1 weight 5 ipfw queue 3 config pipe 1 weight 1 ipfw queue 4 config pipe 2 weight 94 ipfw queue 5 config pipe 2

Bridge and dummynet

2005-03-12 Thread F. Banna
Good Day Guys. I installed FreeBSD 5.3 and everything worked fine . i recompiled the kernel included options for IPDIVERT IPFIREWALL IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE BRIDGE everything went fine i did the systcl to load the two network cards as should be sysctl

dummynet problem, kernel options checked

2005-03-07 Thread Lucas
Hello, I'm running FreeBSD 5.3 Stable, installed from an iso on one of the dutch ftp mirrors. Everything works fine, installation went as expected. After a while I wanted some simple traffic shaping, and since the machine I wanted that for isn't the fastest, I chose to use ipfw with dummynet

Re: dummynet problem, kernel options checked

2005-03-07 Thread Chuck Swiger
Lucas wrote: [ ... ] Is there any way I could check if it really compiled? I vaguely remember something containing the word dummynet flashing by while compiling. If you check `dmesg`, you should see a line like: DUMMYNET initialized (011031) However, your problem sounds like your kernel and world

Re: dummynet problem, kernel options checked

2005-03-07 Thread Lucas
Lucas wrote: [ ... ] Is there any way I could check if it really compiled? I vaguely remember something containing the word dummynet flashing by while compiling. If you check `dmesg`, you should see a line like: DUMMYNET initialized (011031) However, your problem sounds like your kernel

Dummynet traffic shaping question (TCP-ACK prioritization)

2005-03-06 Thread Daniel Eriksson
(question at the end) I have a server that sits on a medium speed link (10Mbit, full duplex) that under certain network loads starts to show what looks like TCP-ACK delay problems. At full upstream saturation the downstream speed is reduced. I modded the firewall rules to prioritize TCP-ACKs

Re: dummynet bw cumulative limit

2004-11-17 Thread Alex de Kruijff
monitor http traffic. Its up to you. Assuming the conservative, how does the dummynet config have to be setup fpor thsi to occur?...or can it be configured for both inbound and ^ I don't understand the question. outbound? Right now, I have the below config and since I have not put

Re: dummynet

2004-11-02 Thread TM4526
yeah, I also didn't notice his return address at first. That already explains much :). I think I actually sorta, kinda got it working. I'll do some tests and update if my observations are valid. Drew Tomlinson wrote: On 10/28/2004 9:30 AM [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why don't you

Re: dummynet

2004-11-01 Thread synrat
yeah, I also didn't notice his return address at first. That already explains much :). I think I actually sorta, kinda got it working. I'll do some tests and update if my observations are valid. Drew Tomlinson wrote: On 10/28/2004 9:30 AM [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why don't you guys stop torturing

Re[2]: dummynet

2004-11-01 Thread Hexren
s yeah, I also didn't notice his return s address at first. That already explains much :). s I think I actually sorta, kinda got it working. s I'll do some tests and update if my observations s are valid. - if your tests show positive results I

Re: dummynet

2004-10-29 Thread Subhro
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 17:18:19 -0400 (EDT), James Skinner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you look further, you'll the wink (I was ribbing you). Similar to another one of threads. Obviously, you can dish it out, but can't take it. I have seen your past replys; you offer nothing but abuse. Do you

Re: dummynet

2004-10-29 Thread Henry Miller
I know it is about time for this thread to die, but I couldn't resist responding this once. On 10/28/2004 at 18:13 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I agree with some of that, but unless the person has the money to spend, then using dummnynet is acceptable. Not everyone can drop 10+ grand on a nokia

Re: dummynet

2004-10-29 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/29/04 8:26:51 AM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The boss pays his sysadmin every week, no matter what. The Boss expects that the systems will runs with the least overall cost. Sometimes that means buying something, sometimes that means configuring what is

Re: dummynet

2004-10-29 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/29/04 9:13:15 AM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The boss pays his sysadmin every week, no matter what. The Boss expects that the systems will runs with the least overall cost. Sometimes that means buying something, sometimes that means configuring what is

Re: dummynet

2004-10-29 Thread TM4525
The problem with dummynet is that once you do all the work and figure it all out, its still only marginally functional compared to something relatively inexpensive. So instead of buying the $3500 box that is everything you need, you've spend $800 on hardware, $2000 worth

Re: dummynet

2004-10-29 Thread Drew Tomlinson
On 10/28/2004 9:30 AM [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why don't you guys stop torturing yourself and wasting $1000s worth of your time and get yourself some real bandwidth management software? Its cheaper in the long run. FWIW, I've taken this suggestion with a grain of salt, based upon the general

Re: dummynet

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
Why don't you guys stop torturing yourself and wasting $1000s worth of your time and get yourself some real bandwidth management software? Its cheaper in the long run. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

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