Directly speaking, there isnt a way to influence the amount of pps an interface can "push thru" but you can limit the bandwidth which will in turn influence the amount of pps. Experiment and ull find a suitable setting.
Also the pps is very dependent on the type of data that is being handled. For example a typical voip conversation at only 64kbps will exhibit about 50-60 pps while a normal 2mbps/~+2000kbps download will exhibit about 200pps. This is because of the amount of traffic sent in one block. 64 bytes with voip vs the 1500 in a normal ethernet block/frame.
limiting pps is necessary sometimes, especially on a wireless link where pps makes a difference. maybe you can use the limit/dst-limit/nth rules somehow. There isn't a direct filter for pps but you might be able to accomplish it with other methods.
Wifi network speed is sensitive to PPS. Only p2p programs and viruses can generate 200 and more pps. Priority works then you set max-limit. That can i set if my speed is from 256kbps to 2048kbps? My configuration is good ant it works fine.
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