Have you looked at admin? Know they have a module for ipfw.it should
support dummynet. Never used it so don't know how simple to use it would be.
On Sep 23, 2011 2:50 PM, "Crist J. Clark" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Anyone know if there is something like a commercialized tool
> for dummynet? Or maybe some pretty front end software?
> I've just learned about something at <day-job> that would be
> perfectly suited for dummynet. We want to be able to simulate
> consumer-grade network connections (e.g. 5 Mbps up, 512 kbps down)
> over a corporate LAN that's all Gbps ports.
> Command line changes to ipfw rules is going to be beyond the
> capabilities of the users. And it would be super nice if users
> were able to do things like enable-disable the throttling
> themselves, not always go through an admin. It seems well
> beyond using some of the GUI firewall front ends that I'm aware
> Does this kind of thing exist? And no, we don't really have
> the time or resources (mostly time) to develop such a thing
> Crist J. Clark
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