Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] streaming audio and internet data priorities
From: Alex Timmer (mijn_troep_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Thu May 16 2002 - 13:31:23 EEST
thanks for that suggestion, i indeed did some googling and found some
webpages that talk about this:
http://www.linuxjournal.com/article.php?sid=3369 (june 2001, already
old news ?)
now i only have to check that these modules can also works for my
'workstation' setup. and does this need a new 'virtual' IP address
that contains a QOS'ed adapted internet stream ?? (hope i make sense)
more like this:
internet -> QOS module -> regulated output -> all applications
i need to understand a bit more about how this QOS works i think. =)
the linux kernel mailinglist is maybe a better place to ask ?
--- Mark Constable <markc_AT_renta.net> wrote: > Alex Timmer wrote:
> > i know there are hardware routers who can do this and if i'm not
> > mistaken its called Quality Of Service. but is there maybe a
> > software solution for my problem?
> Presumably you are on linux where there are kernel modules you
> can load up that will do QoS on any packets going to/from or
> thru your system. There might be simpler ways of doing it but
> at least looking into these kernel modules will do the job. I
> personally have not done this so I can't help you with details
> but some Googling should get you started.
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