We at NUS have implemented network packet scheduler support for 2.0.34
kernels (a port of FreeBSD's ALTQ, with CBQ and EDD packet scheduler and
RSVP support) as part of our activities here at the NUS Mobile IP project.
Codes can be obtained from http://mip.ee.nus.edu.sg/v3.0beta
while a prerelease can be obtained from http://mip.ee.nus.edu.sg/v3.1beta
More information about the NUS Mobile IP project can be obtained from
the NUS Mobile IP project web site located at http://mip.ee.nus.edu.sg
Volunteers are greatly encouraged to participate in this open-sourced
project, we've plenty of networking (QoS, Mobile IP, MANET, etc) projects
requiring people to work on.
P/S AFAIK 2.0 and 2.2 are significantly different beasts, IP networking
Foo Chun Choong
The NUS Mobile IP Project, http://mip.ee.nus.edu.sg
National University of Singapore
On Tue, 7 Mar 2000, Stephen Richard Ives wrote:
> I know this is slightly off-topic for current development, but I'm being
> asked to look into backporting the packet scheduler code in the newer
> linux kernels to 2.0.
> I'm stuck with working with 2.0 kernels, since that's all the CS admins
> here support. Don't ask me why, I don't know.
> Would this involve a substantial rewrite of the packet scheduler code?
> i.e., I'm guessing that the net API changed significantly since 2.0...
> Thanks in advance,
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