By default, on all ONUs of any manufacturers that are connected to the BDCOM OLT, the maximum speed is set to 100 Mbps, in order to increase it, you must specify a pair of commands for a specific ONU.Continue reading “1 Gbps per ONU BDCOM”
In this article, I will give an example of how you can massively reduce the speed of users in the ABillS billing system.Continue reading “ABillS. Mass shaping of speed in case of accidents”
Speed shaping on ONU is performed using dba-profile, which is specified in ont-lineprofile, in this article I will give an example of how to configure it.Continue reading “ONU traffic shaping on Huawei MA5600 OLT”
WonderShaper is software for Linux that allows you to limit the speed of data transmission and reception on network interfaces, suitable for home or office computers.Continue reading “Installing and using the Wondershaper”
I will give an example of a speed limit of up to 3.3 Gb/s on a network interface on Ubuntu Server 16.04:
/sbin/tc qdisc del dev ens2f0 parent ffff: /sbin/tc qdisc add dev ens2f0 handle ffff: ingress /sbin/tc filter add dev ens2f0 parent ffff: protocol ip prio 50 u32 match ip dst 0.0.0.0/0 police rate 3300mbit burst 330k mtu 30000 drop flowid 1:0
Once on the access server, Ubuntu Server 16.04 and Accel-ppp noticed the following messages in the /var/log/kern.log file:
kernel: [365970.550498] HTB: quantum of class 10001 is big. Consider r2q change. kernel: [365970.550547] HTB: quantum of class 10A49 is big. Consider r2q change. kernel: [365979.545580] HTB: quantum of class 10001 is big. Consider r2q change. kernel: [365979.545621] HTB: quantum of class 10BD6 is big. Consider r2q change. kernel: [365995.601973] HTB: quantum of class 10001 is big. Consider r2q change. kernel: [365995.602031] HTB: quantum of class 11705 is big. Consider r2q change.
First I tried to track which interfaces are being raised at this moment:
tail -f /var/log/kern.log | grep "quantum of class 10001 is big" tail -f /var/log/accel-ppp/accel-ppp.log | grep "create interface"
Suppose we need to limit the speed on the client antenna.
Accordingly, it is in the station mode and is connected to the access point.
For restriction, we go to the web-based antenna management interface, open the Network tab, change the Configuration Mode: to Advanced, which will bring more parameters that you can configure .
At the very bottom, click on Traffic Shaping, check the Enable checkbox and specify the desired speed limit for WLAN0 or LAN0.
For example, you need to limit the reception speed to 5Mb/s and send up to 512Kbps, for reliability, we’ll specify a limit for both network interfaces, where Ingress is specified for WLAN0 5120, and for LAN0 512, respectively, for Egress, vice versa, WLAN0 – 512, and LAN0 – 5120, burst is left unchanged, that is, 0.
To apply the changes click below Change and then above Apply, after which the antenna configuration will reboot.
On the access point, alas, you can not limit the speed for each client, if you do the above settings (in reverse order), then the overall speed for all clients will be limited. In this case, you can cut the speed, for example billing, by turning on the Advanced tab Client Isolation in the Advanced tab so that clients do not see each other on the network and do not exchange traffic.