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How can i get the available bandwidth rate? from variable range
We have a DSL , how can we calculate the available bandwidth so that we can shape the packet, We can assume the bandwidth to be 100mbps on the ethernet interface
However, in DSL devices, the train rate(Bandwidth rate ) is varies according to different situation.
How can i get the available bandwidth rate(from varies)?.
Any method is there for getting the available bandwidth value....
first off, where does one get a 100mbps DSL connection?
Second, I would just do some google searching, here is a result I found
Traffic Control HOWTO
I would just do some googling for "linux traffic shaping" etc, there seems to be plenty out there