From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Sat 13 Sep 2003 - 13:53:20 BST
On Sat, Sep 13, 2003 at 01:40:53PM +0100, Paul Sladen wrote:
> On Sat, 13 Sep 2003, Sam Vilain wrote:
> > On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 16:28, Paul Sladen wrote;
> > > > > This doesn't work with the inbound traffic.
> > > > might explain how to share inbound trafik as well
> > > Not without cooperation from the ISP it isn't...
> > Read the LARTC (http://lartc.org/), it explains how Ingress policing
> Two separate lines with two separate sets of address space.
> The Internet works on destination routeing.
> There is /no way/ you can get the packets to come down the "wrong" line.
please tell this all the new-age wanna be ISPs which route
outgoing traffic over different routers/nodes than
incomming, although this is usually done unintentionally ;)
> Assuming that the ISP is not filtering based on source address.
> You *can* equal-route the *outbound* between two lines.
> > is used to limit and distribute input bandwidth.
> Limit, yes. Distribute, no.
> War is inconsistent with Truth. Nottingham, GB