--- Mariano Korman <email@example.com> wrote:
> If I guessed correctly, your delays are longer when
> there is video traffic on the network, right?
Yes, but only the delays measured with the packet
video application. Delays reported by ping and
myping stay the same.
> Then maybe your video traffic is partially filling
> the transmit queues and your control packets are
> experimenting a queuing delay.
Is there a transmit queue for each running process, or
just a common transmit queue?
> However, this sounds strage. It should only hapen if
> your video source transmits at a rate higher than
> the output link's capacity and it generates burtsy
This is a 10BaseT with almost no load at all, and I'm
generating approx 200Kb/s of video.
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