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Tag Archives: linux traffic shaping
Trickle and WonderShaper:
When we start working on a lot machines specifically Linux servers, it is interesting to know how we can control or limit the bandwidth. This can be useful in different contexts, for an instance, as part of a dedicated server or shared server infrastructure where we can control a download or app taking all traffic over other network users. It could very well put QoS or other technologies, but the tools that we are going to see in this post allow putting a limitation on the bandwidth which normally used pretty quickly and easily in Linux.