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Standard User KaiEkkrin
(newbie) Fri 07-Jan-11 17:59:30
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QoS


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I am an AAISP customer and I would like my latency to not skyrocket during a large download or upload.

I see that AAISP have a 95%-of-BRAS-rate throttling option labelled for VOIP on the control pages. Does anyone have any experience of how good this is compared to running wondershaper (or a similar QoS system at my end)?

If I were to run wondershaper, is there a conveniently scriptable way by which I can obtain my current sync rate (upstream and downstream)? I get rate changes fairly frequently, so I would want to automatically reconfigure it at regular intervals through a cron job.

Cheers!
Standard User ionic
(experienced) Mon 10-Jan-11 09:13:42
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Re: QoS


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depending on the router you have, you may be able to get current sync rate via SNMP
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