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Release Notes: This branch introduces a bootable, self-contained CD with support for bandwidth control combined with QoS and priority. The main value point of this tool is that you can relieve network congestion for all users while at the same time creating a priority rule for voice, video, or individual users. The initial version is released as a free demo CD and runs on any standard Intel PC with 2 LAN cards. It comes with complete documentation.

Release Notes: Callnetplot is a new utility that allows network adminstrators to take a running Linux bandwidth arbitrator 8.5 or later and plot customer usage by VLAN. For example, if you distribute bandwidth to customers from a central trunk (head end), you can measure and plot each customer's aggregate bandwidth usage. The utility depends on each customer having a unique IP address range.

Release Notes: This utility provides sanity checking for the Linux Bandwidth Arbitrator as well as some general Linux system checking (which can apply to any Linux system). It makes sure the system is running and installed correctly it also does various resource checking on your system. It comes with an example of how to incorporate it into a watchdog. It runs as a stand-alone Perl utility, so it can easily be added to any existing Linux Bandwidth Arbitrator.

No changes have been submitted for this release.

Release Notes: This release is bundled on a flash appliance (Open Brick). The professional QOS version for VOIP and real time traffic is only available on this flash appliance. Many packaging and usage utilities have been taken care of to make this truly a plug-in appliance. The questions of LAN cards and how to save logged data are all handled in the configured flash version.

No changes have been submitted for this release.

Release Notes: The CD distro bundles the Linux Bandwidth Arbitrator on a fully self-contained CD. You can plug this CD into a PC with two LAN cards and have a running arbitrator in minutes. Also bundled on the CD are advanced reporting tools to report usage by host/subnet, application, or port in a variety of formats.

No changes have been submitted for this release.

Release Notes: This release contains all the basic Linux Bandwidth Arbitrator features, plus the ability to run the Linux Netfilter and Firewall utilities co-resident on the same system. The software is stable on a test system but has not undergone commercial traffic through the firewall, so it is classified as experimental.

  •  19 Feb 2003 19:27

No changes have been submitted for this release.

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