Subject: Re: Up-stream bandwidth shaping without resorting to linux/iptables?
To: Sebastian Prause <email@example.com>
From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/06/2005 00:00:56
[ On Sunday, February 6, 2005 at 02:35:41 (+0100), Sebastian Prause wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Up-stream bandwidth shaping without resorting to linux/iptables?
> | filter hme0 fast_class 0 0 0 53 17 # dns UDP queries
> | filter hme0 fast_class 0 0 0 53 6 # dns TCP queries
> I think that should be:
> filter hme0 fast_class 0 53 0 0 17
> filter hme0 fast_class 0 53 0 0 9
> as its <dst_addr> <dport> <src_addr> <sport> <proto>
Actually I think both would probably be best in my case, and both is
what I originally intended to use. :-)
I'm trying to provide fast DNS service for domains I serve (my
authoritative DNS server always uses a source address of 53 and I don't
care what port the answer goes to) as well as for my own recursive
Thanks for the reminder!
Greg A. Woods
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