[ns] diffserv - addQueueWeights
sayenko at cc.jyu.fi
Tue Sep 20 02:25:39 PDT 2005
It depends, and that's one of the most confusing part of the DiffServ
configuration for new users. In the case of the WRR disciplines, they are
number packets to be departed from each queue during a round. So, based on
these values and on the mean packet size, you can approximate the resulting
bandwidth allocation. If you use WFQ (available as a patch), then they are
the precents of the output bandwidth.
Telecommunication laboratory, MIT department
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
> Dear NS2 users,
> $qCE2 addQueueWeights 0 3
> $qCE2 addQueueWeights 1 7
> Is the weight in percentange? So does this mean it
> have to add up to 100%?
> 3 + 7 = 10% Is this correct?
> Thank you in advance,
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