networking and traffic control tools - documentation
The iproute suite, also known as iproute2, is a collection of
utilities for networking and traffic control.
This package contains the documentation for iproute.
Primary site is:
Original FTP site is:
How to compile this.
1. Look at start of Makefile and set correct values for:
KERNEL_INCLUDE should point to correct linux kernel include directory.
Default (/usr/src/linux/include) is right as rule.
arpd needs to have the db4 development libraries. For debian
Here are a few quick points about DECnet support...
o iproute2 is the tool of choice for configuring the DECnet support for
Linux. For many features, it is the only tool which can be used to
o No name resolution is available as yet, all addresses must be
o Remember to set the hardware address of the interface using:
ip link set ethX address
I. About the distribution tables
The table used for "synthesizing" the distribution is essentially a scaled,
translated, inverse to the cumulative distribution function.
Here's how to think about it: Let F() be the cumulative distribution
function for a probability distribution X. We'll assume we've scaled
things so that X has mean 0 and standard deviation 1, though that's not
so important here
It's the first release of Linux traffic control engine.
* csz scheduler is in
lnstat - linux networking statistics
(C) 2004 Harald Welte <email@example.com
# v0.3a2- fixed bug in "if" operator. Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org.
# v0.3a- adde
Note all these are mere examples which can be customized to your needs
AF PHB built us
iproute (20091226-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release v2.6.31
- dropped equalize
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