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Ghassan
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Burst Limit

Wed Mar 28, 2007 2:48 am

Hello All,

how can I setup a Simple Queue that describes my needs ..

I need a queue that limit the client to 64K and for the first 8 seconds I want my clients to get 512K after the 8 seconds it will be down to 64K.


Thank you.
Ghassan
 
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Wed Mar 28, 2007 11:17 am

here you can read about burst and its basics, some examples also are available there:
http://www.mikrotik.com/testdocs/ros/2.9/root/queue.php
 
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Wed Mar 28, 2007 2:16 pm

I read it before I post this topic and I tested it ,

what i want is for the first 8 seconds it will be 512K then after it finishes its time burstable , it will be back to its default limitation 64K ... after all ..

my idea is to give our clients a reliable service for opening pages and for the download , it will get its default limitation which is 64K .

when i download any file using Mikrotik source website burst limit , it gives me about 256 K and above .. so what is my problem here .?
 
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Sun May 13, 2007 2:00 pm

I'm trying something similar. Anybody knows how to do it?

Client always obtain the bandwidth reflected in burst limit...

Max limit - 32k/256k
Burst limit - 64k/512k
Burst threshold - 32k/256k
Burst time 60s/60s

Objetive is give 64k/512k for 60 seconds and after reduce it to 32k/256k
 
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Sun May 13, 2007 2:09 pm

Hello nowires,

i regret to tell you that no one can help us , i do't know why .. it seems that it is difficult for them and i am still searching for a experts with limitation .

anyways i changed my idea .
 
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Sun May 13, 2007 6:10 pm

If u use Hotspot u can write the Burst formula in:
IP/hotspot/users/profiles/your_profile/Rate Limit (tx\rx)
as below:
35k/128k 64k/256k 10k/30k 5/20

35k/128k ------> max-limit
64k/256k ------> burst
10k/30k ------> burst-threshold
5/20 ------> burst-time

u can customize these numbers as your needs
 
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Sun May 13, 2007 8:11 pm

tx/rx .. as i know tx is the download , rx is the upload ..
arent they ?
 
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Sun May 13, 2007 9:07 pm

tx/rx .. as i know tx is the download , rx is the upload ..
arent they ?
Yes.

Simplyfiying, if I want to give 64k/512k (UL/DL) and reduce it to 32k/384k after 60 continued seconds, maybe the rule should be (I ask):

(UL/DL)
Max-limit: 32k/384k
Burst-limit: 64k/512k
Burst-threshold: 32k/128k ????? <--- I don't understand the function of threshold
Burst-time: 60/60

Thanks in advance again and sorry for my newbiness :oops:
 
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Tue May 15, 2007 9:57 am

Hello,

Read it carefully...

I beleive you want to limit target address that control the speed .

Limit-At > minimum allocated speed for the queue.
Max-Limit > maximum allocated speed for the queue.
Burst-Limit > speed limit allowed above maximum.
Burst-Threshold > speed at which the time counter starts.
Burst-Time > is how long they are allowed to stay above the Burst-Threshold before being dropped back down to the Max-Limit.

So if you want to allow fast web browsing and make your connection reliable as you can then you can use it from The Burst Time ..
But as you know it is only for a few seconds .

and I would like to thank you guys for your replies .

Many Thanks,
Ghassan

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