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./ipfw_config set --device EQ6LPZUK9SS8V46D failed
08-08-2014, 11:45 PM
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RE: ./ipfw_config set --device EQ6LPZUK9SS8V46D failed
For right now you're better off using a static IPFW config on a middlebox and configuring "connectivity=3g" (or whatever) in locations.ini on the server so it doesn't use traffic shaping.

I'm hoping to get something working on Windows next week so I can do dynamic traffic shaping on the public WPT server but odds are whatever platform you choose is going to require some fairly elaborate configuring since the traffic shaping is done on an external box.

Basically, ipfw_config needs to be replaced with a batch file or program that will "do the right thing" when told to configure traffic shaping parameters for a given device. What that right thing is isn't really defined. In my case I'm going to have pipes pre-defined for each device on an external freebsd box and just set the traffic shaping parameters using ssh when requested.
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RE: ./ipfw_config set --device EQ6LPZUK9SS8V46D failed - pmeenan - 08-08-2014 11:45 PM

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