Linux traffic control language interpreter
Using /sbin/tc (to configure Linux network traffic flow control) is
painful. This package attempts to reduce the pain with two new input
languages (one for humans, and XML ;-). The output is XML, or /sbin/tc
commands to configure the kernel.
The "tcsim" traffic simulator is not included in Debian.
TC Next Generation
Written 2001-2004 by Werner Almesberger
Testing and tcng language design also by Milena Mondini, U. of Napoli
"External" interface and related elements jointly designed with Jacob
Teplitsky, Bivio Networks.
Copyright 2001 EPFL-ICA, Werner Almesberger
Copyright 2001,2002 Bivio Networks, Network Robots, Werner Almesberger
Copyright 2003,2004 Werner Almesberger
tcng (10b-1) unstable; urgency=low
The tcng compiler, "tcc", has been renamed to "tcng". Because of a conflict
with the "tcc" package, no compatibility symlink is provided. You are free
to create one, but this is a bad idea if you'll ever want to install "tcc".
-- Adam Borowski <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 20 Jun 2006 14:09:54 +0200
tcng(1) TCNG tcng(1)
tcng - Traffic control compiler
tcng [ -c ] [ -d ... ] [ -E ] [ -i <default_interface> ] [
-l <location_file> ] [ -n ] [ -q ] [ -r ] [ -w ] [ -W
[no]<condition> ] [ -O [no]<option> ] [ -x <ele‐
ment>:<ext_target> ... ] [ -t [no]<target> ... ] [
tcng (10b-3) unstable; urgency=low
* Patch to make tcng.y compile with the new, more picky, versi
Version 10b (3-OCT-2004)
- the "mtu" parameter in TBF is now optional
Value range check:
- tcc currently lets problem constructs like
$b = trTCM(cir 10bps,cbs 0B,pir
This is tcng, written by Werner Almesberger <email@example.com>.
It has been packaged for Debian by
Browse inside tcng_10b-3_ia64.deb
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