ips-qos is a flexible firewall and traffic shaping tool. It works on Fedora Core, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Slackware, Mandriva, PLD, and SUSE. It was intended to give administrators more control over a shared Internet connection. It includes ips, a flexible and easy-to-use configurable firewall with the ability to control access to the Internet (or selected services) from a LAN. It also includes qos, a traffic shaping tool that measures and controls the traffic load for every computer in a LAN.
|Tags||Networking Monitoring Firewalls Security Communications Internet|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This version offers many new features including on-line updates, router/server classes based on IMQ, bridge mode, up to 590 computers/classes, an ipp2p extension, and many more. It works with Debian 4.0 and Fedora Core 8.
Release Notes: connlimit is now supported.
Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed.