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Network Cookies
SO the idea is standard network neutrality policy talk is centered on transit not being discriminatory, when the goal is user experience. If the user themselves are better about flagging QoS preferences of their own traffic and transit respects that, then transit providers can use those hints as a guide. Assuming no provider messes with that, and there are no other bad actors...
network  neutraility  cookies  user  flag  QoS  preferential  delivery  networking  research  Delicious 
september 2016 by asteroza
Simple, classless Queueing Disciplines
Tricks to deal with torrenters, by setting up user bandwidth on a bucket basis. Stay below the bucket limit, you can burst at wire speed. Go over, and you are suddenly at a crawl.
network  bandwith  performance  bandwidth  traffic  management  limit  limiter  TBF  token  bucket  filter  linux  server  QoS  Delicious 
february 2010 by asteroza

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