[Firehol-support] Sharing bandwidth evenly between users

Paolo Prandini prandini at spe.net
Fri Jul 22 08:09:39 BST 2016

Sorry for the question, but maybe you could give me an hint about
writing down this kind of code...
Thanks a lot,

On 21/07/2016 17:42, Tsaousis, Costa wrote:
> Mikrotik has pcq. In linux I think there is no equivalent, but you can do this easily in fireqos.
> You should know:
> 1. fireqos supports thousands of queues per interfaces
> 2. fireqos supported nested queues (any depth is ok)
> 3. fireqos.conf is a BASH script - you can write in it anything BASH accepts
> So, create a class called pcs and then using a BASH loop, within the pcs class, create subclasses, one for each PC IP, all using the same priority.
> This is it. They will be perfectly balanced.
> Costa
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 10:11 AM, Paolo Prandini <prandini at spe.net <mailto:prandini at spe.net>> wrote:
>     Hi everybody, is there a way with fireqos to share bandwidth evenly
>     between users like what can be done with m0n0wall or mikrotik?
>     Please have a look at
>     http://mikrotik-academy.com/tutorials/impartire-banda-in-mod-egal/
>     to better understand my question.
>     Thanks,
>     Paolo
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