[isf-wifidog] Bandwidth Management for Olsr network using wifidog

Max Horváth max.horvath at maxspot.de
Lun 15 Mai 07:39:37 EDT 2006

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I'd suggest the following script:


It's main purpose is QoS, but it also does ingres and engres shapig ...

Cheers, Max

luffy .D wrote:

> Hi,
> Can someone hint me on this.I want to cap users in the mesh to a  
> flat bandwidth.No need for individual user quotas etc.But just a  
> plain  cap  of 56k to all users.
> Does any one have a ready script for this purpose which you wont  
> mind sharing.
> Also as its in a olsr mesh network  would i need to have it on each  
> node with wifidog to which clients will connect or only the node  
> with the internet connection.
> Also i have a one more problem I read the FAQ on how to block all  
> tcp/udp ports on br0. I have seperated the br0 interface to wan 
> (vlan1) and wifi (eth1) interfaces.
> and in /etc/firewall.user of openwrt i have to have forwarding_rule  
> for both these to communicate as :
> iptables -A forwarding_rule -i $WIFI -o $WAN -j ACCEPT
> but when i remove this line in the main node connected to the  
> internet i keep getting splashed by the auth page (strangely my  
> internet server is on the internet and not local)
> Has anyone tried these things in a olsr network with wifidog? would  
> be great if you could help me a bit in this.
> Regards,
> Luffy
> I tried hashing this line but
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