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[Linux Diffserv] Re: Diffserv-general digest, Vol 1 #393 - 1 msg

Hi Pete Byhre,

A good link is:

Jorge Lima

At 20:02 7/11/2003 -0800, you wrote:
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>Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2003 15:22:18 -0800
>From: "Peter Byhre" <Pete@centrisoft.com>
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>Subject: [Linux Diffserv] Where to find syntax for tc filter match options
>I'm working at setting up some linux servers with diffserv, and I need =
>to find the syntax for the tc filter command.  Specifically, I'm looking =
>for all the possibilities for the "match" option.  I see that the man =
>page for the tc-filter is on it's way, but I'm hoping that someone has =
>what I'm looking for.  If someone can point me in the right direction, =
>I'd appreciate it.
>Pete Byhre
>Sr. Software Engineer
>Centrisoft Corp. (http://www.centrisoft.com)
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