[lug] current state of bridging/ebtables

Dan Ferris dan at ferrises.com
Thu Feb 12 20:41:23 MST 2004

That's cool as hell.  Nicer than using tc :-)

Rob Nagler wrote:
> Dan Ferris writes:
>>Doing QOS with tc can be tricky for some things because you have two 
>>interfaces to worry about (i.e. eth0 and the bridge interface).  I am 
>>speaking from experience here, I tried to make a tc ingress filter on my 
>>external ethernet interface and couldn't figure out why it didn't work. 
> You may want to look at netequalizer.com (commercial)
> bandwidtharbitrator.com (GPL).  Both versions are built on a linux
> bridge and work great for traffic shaping including QoS.  Net
> Equalizer has a QoS solution for VoIP.  It's plug-n-play, and you only
> need one box for a typical installation.  Bandwidth Arbitrator is
> ranked 110 on freshmeat, and it is used fairly heavily.
> Rob
> Disclaimer: I'm on the advisory board for Net Equalizer
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