- Netwall version 8.1h released on 1 Dec 2011
has released with Advanced Traffic Shaper and QoS, Minimum committed Bandwidth, share Maximum Speed Limit, Bandwidth Shaping and Priority of Traffic and Manage QoS on Web, Mail and other Services, Multiple levels of Administration and manage VLANs and manage heavy Network traffic flow with Dual Internet With Real IP Management ISP for both ISPs, User Billing module added, Time Based Service for users and More..
- Advanced Traffic Shaper
- Bandwidth Shaping
- Minimum committed Bandwidth
- Share Maximum Speed Limit
- Priority of Traffic and Manage QoS
- What is Advanced Traffic Shaping ?
Advanced Network Traffic shaping is the control of Internet or Intranet traffic optimize or guarantee performance, improve network latency, and/or increase usable bandwidth for some kinds of packets by delaying other kinds of services packets that meet certain criteria. If a link becomes saturated to the point where there is a significant level of contention (either upstream or downstream) latency can rise substantially. As a result, internet traffic shaping can be used to prevent this from occurring and keep latency in check with limits. Traffic shaping provides a means to control the volume of traffic being sent into a network in a specified period (bandwidth throttling), or the maximum rate (Bandwidth Management) at which the traffic is sent (rate limiting), or more complex criteria such as GCRA. This control can be deploying in many ways and for many reasons, however traffic shaping is always achieved by delaying packets. Traffic shaping is commonly applied at the network edges to control traffic entering the network, but can also be used by the traffic source (for example, computer or network card) or by an element in the network. Traffic policing is the distinct but related practice of packet dropping and packet marking by Linux advance Routing and Firewalling.