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Re: traffic control at input queue
I am interested in this real-time classifier.
Could you please send this to me?
Any related informaton is welcome.
thanks in advance.
> > Hi, Folks:
> > Currently we are doing a diffserv project using linux traffic control
> > (with DiffServ patch).
> > Suppose the edge router accepts traffic from some untrusted host that
> > outside of DiffServ Admin Domain, I would like to apply metering and
> > police (according to SLA) at input queue of the edge router. But Linux
> > traffic control can be applied only at output queue of the interface.
> > you have any idea ?
> > My idea is that we can write a kernel module, which is registered to
> > listen at NF_IP_PRE_ROUTING hook point in netfilter framework.
> > and police are implemented in this kernel module so that it could
> > measure the incoming data rate and do corresponding actions (e.g.,
> > drop). I am wondering if the kind of kernel module is already
> > implemented. Please give me some pointer to it.
> I have written a real-time classifier than is composed among the other
> things also by a meter (different from the one already in the kernel)
> and a SLA-handler.
> There is a configuration file with which you can define a set of SLAs
> (DSCP oriented), es: ip/mask DSCP Bandwidth PolicyOver ... .
> At the moment it is not implemented as a module and it is based on the
> kernel 2.2.14.
> I am going to move it into a module and make it a little bit more
> smp-aware. I was thinking to try to add this classifier to the kernel
> distribution, but first I want to create the module and make it 2.4
> If you are interested in testing it (or only a part of it, like
> the SLA-handler) let me know.
> Christian Benvenuti
> International Center for Theoretical Physics
> Trieste, Italy