Commit b96677c0 authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler
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Fix the tb-set-noshaping description to match reality.

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...@@ -807,16 +807,19 @@ tb-set-noshaping $lan1 1 ...@@ -807,16 +807,19 @@ tb-set-noshaping $lan1 1
<dl> <dl>
<dt><i>link-or-lan</i> - The link or LAN we are modifying. <dt><i>link-or-lan</i> - The link or LAN we are modifying.
<dt><i>enable</i> - Set to 1 to disable traffic shaping, 0 to enable. <dt><i>enable</i> - Set to 1 to disable bandwidth shaping, 0 to enable.
</dl> </dl>
<p>Notes: <p>Notes:
<ul> <ul>
<li>This command specifies whether link shaping should be enforced <li>This command specifies whether link bandwidth shaping should be enforced
on the specified link or LAN. When enabled, no delay node or on the specified link or LAN. When enabled, bandwidth limits indicated
end-node delay pipe will be associated with the link or LAN. for a link or LAN will not be enforced.
<li>Disabled by default for all links and LANs. That is, link shaping <li>Disabled by default for all links and LANs. That is, link bandwidth
is enforced on all links and LANs by default. shaping <i>is</i> enforced on all links and LANs by default.
<li>If the delay and loss values for a <code>tb-set-noshaping</code>
link are zero (the default), then no delay node or end-node delay
pipe will be associated with the link or LAN.
<li><b>This command is a hack and may go away at any time!</b> <li><b>This command is a hack and may go away at any time!</b>
The primary purpose for this command is to subvert the topology The primary purpose for this command is to subvert the topology
mapper, <code>assign</code>). <code>Assign</code> always observes mapper, <code>assign</code>). <code>Assign</code> always observes
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