Diff for /wikisrc/tutorials/altqd_traffic_shaping_example.mdwn between versions 1.4 and 1.5

version 1.4, 2019/04/09 09:56:37 version 1.5, 2019/04/10 16:21:53
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 #   Enabling ALTQd   #   Enabling ALTQd 
   
 You'll need to create an empty `/etc/altqd.conf` file for starters, then edit your `/etc/rc.conf` and add a line at the bottom that says `altqd=yes`. Reboot or run `/etc/rc.d/altqd start`   You'll need to create an empty `/etc/altq.conf` file for starters, then edit your `/etc/rc.conf` and add a line at the bottom that says `altqd=yes`. Reboot or run `/etc/rc.d/altqd start` 
   
       
   
   
 #   Now configure it   #   Now configure it 
   
 You now want to setup your `altqd` classes and filters. The class tells `altqd` what kind of traffic shaping you want to do. There are about five different types and they all have their uses for various situations. In my case I knew that SIP traffic was all UDP, and since people are mostly too stupid these days to use FTP or other non-web services that also use UDP (after all "the web == internet" right?), I didn't bother with any kind of complex filters. I would notice that SIP audio quality would fall anytime people were really cranking on web pages and downloading stuff. So here is what I used in my `/etc/altqd.conf`  You now want to setup your `altqd` classes and filters. The class tells `altqd` what kind of traffic shaping you want to do. There are about five different types and they all have their uses for various situations. In my case I knew that SIP traffic was all UDP, I didn't bother with any kind of complex filters. I would notice that SIP audio quality would fall anytime people were really cranking on web pages and downloading stuff. So here is what I used in my `/etc/altq.conf`
   
       
   

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