davila at nicaraguaopensource
Jun 30, 2007, 7:57 AM
Post #4 of 4
You can apply rules in in the mangle table (FORWARD) for QoS and tuning the perfomance of your connection using queuieng policies with tc.
>There are three escenaries:
>> (1) Packets destined to our machine
>> (2) Packets originated inside our machine
>> (3) Packets forwarded
>> The table only have a reference to escenary (1) and the diagram after
>> the tables hits all escenaries.
>> Not all packets traverse all chains, that depends on the escenary.
>I'm was already told that both are correct. There are two routing
>decisions for forwarded packets (as it is drawn on the diagram) and the
>second routing decision is mentioned in the table 6-3, step 8. However,
>it is not clear, what kind of rules could be applied during the second
>routing decision. The same as in first decision? In that case, does that
>mean that I can set mark on the packet during the mangle/FORWARD and
>route that packet to self in the second routing decision? And it will
>traverse the table again, this time through INPUT chains?
>Anyway, I've found easier solution for my needs, so these questions are
>just for curiosity. :)
>Ivan S. Dubrov
Jorge Isaac Davila Lopez
Nicaragua Open Source
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