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Shaper Control Tool

Administration tool for Linux-based ISP traffic shaper

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Description

Administration tool for Linux-based ISP traffic shaper

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Features

  • Fast loading of large rulesets.
  • Effective traffic classification with u32 hashing filters.
  • Loading of data from any relational database supported by Perl DBI module.
  • Synchronization of rules with database.
  • Day/night tariffs.
  • Batch execution mode for scripting purposes.
  • Different traffic limiting methods: shaping, policing, and hybrid.
  • Support for HTB and HFSC packet schedulers.
  • More features are available in the commercial version.

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    Not much usefull, due some limitatios, but has a lot of usefull things which cold be used at similar projects. Nice coding style. Big thanks for Author.

    Posted 12/17/2009
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Telecommunications Industry, System Administrators

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line

Programming Language

Perl

Registered

2009-04-12

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