Subject: Re: altq api for ipf and pf
To: None <>
From: Thomas E. Spanjaard <>
List: current-users
Date: 09/26/2005 12:40:25
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Miles Nordin wrote:
>    tes> The lack of a sophisticated API,
> well...ok, but please do see my earlier post for a completely
> different opinion.

I noted this requirement via various sources within NetBSD and around it.

>    tes> I as well am very interested in a sound, sophisticated
>    tes> solution worthy of inclusion in NetBSD. But since ALTQ already
>    tes> got imported as is,
> Are you saying the {Open,Free}BSD PF/ALTQ is imported to -current now?

I am not, I am saying that 'an' ALTQ is included in base. The fact that 
it is, makes me believe that currently it is deemed 'good enough'. Of 
course, there's a thin line between not enough relevant people caring 
and believing it's good enough.

		-- Thomas E. Spanjaard

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