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[altq 909] Re: RSVP dataflow queuing
Koji Nishi wrote:
> Do IP packets of an rsvp dataflow queue at both dynamically created rsvp class
> and default class?
No. Packets for the reservation should be queued only at the class
for the reservation.
> In my network environment, a sender application sends about
> 3 Mbps streaming data flow to a receiver. When an rsvpd daemon is activated,
> an upper side of cbqmonitor window shows that throughput of class-2(rsvp-class)
> is about 300 Kbps and throughput of default-class is about 3 Mbps. The two graph
> lines go up at the same time. A /etc/altq.conf configuration is shown in the
> following. What is wrong?
It suggests the sender creates 2 types of data flows: one for class-2
and the other for default-class. Doesn't the sernder use 2 sockets?