Just for the record.
I was able to achieve using HTB queueing discipline.
LARTC mailing list is inactive for a long time. That is why I asked
the question here.
On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 7:13 PM, Chris Bannister
> On Tue, Jul 08, 2008 at 02:52:25PM +0530, Jayakrishnan M wrote:
>> I was playing around with the LARTC stuff for sometime. Main goal is
>> to see if we can send bursts of packets at regular intervals.
>> I have a gigabit ethernet card and I am trying to send a burst of
>> packets at a specified interval.
>> I tried many combinations of the queueing disciplines and classes, but
>> none of them were successful.
>> The packets are being sent evenly distributed over the timeperiod. I
>> am unable to send bursts also.
>> Has anyone tried to send multiburst packets on linux? Any insight into
>> the subject will be helpful.
> You'd probably be better off asking on the LARTC mailing list.
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