[c-nsp] Packet Shaper

Mark Tinka mtinka at globaltransit.net
Sat Dec 17 03:15:29 EST 2011

On Friday, December 16, 2011 04:43:03 AM Rubens Kuhl wrote:

> Cisco SCE. For other vendors look at Sandvine, Arbor,
> Procera, Ipoque. Or build your own open-source DPI
> gateway, 100~200 Mbps is something that a good PC can
> handle.

Back in the day, we use the ET (Emerging Technologies) 
bandwidth managers - www.etinc.com.

The support sucks (as in, the 
developer/maintainer/owner/sales/support guy has no patience 
for customers that don't RTFM), but it's a great product in 
linear networks.

That was ages ago for us. We have tended to prefer in-line 
bandwidth management since routers handle the decently more 
often than not. 

However, it is feasible that in certain conditions, e.g., 
broadband subscriber management, this kind of middleware may 
have a place.

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