Commit 9e2f4160 authored by Leigh Stoller's avatar Leigh Stoller

Link in linkdelays/emulated links doc to FAQ.

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<h2>End Node Traffic Shaping and Multiplexed Links</h2>
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<a NAME="LINKDELAYS"></a>
<h3>Per-Link Delays:</h3>
In order to conserve nodes, it is possible to
specify that instead of doing traffic shaping on separate delay nodes
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<code><pre>
tb-force-endnodeshaping 1 </code></pre>
<a NAME="EMULINKS"></a>
<h3>Multiplexed Links:</h3>
Another feature we have added (FreeBSD only) is <em>multiplexed</em>
(sometimes called
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each node can be a member of up to 4 links or LANs. A good
strategy for making your topology fit within those limits is to
replace multiple links to a node with a LAN or with a router
node. Ask Testbed Operations if you need further assistance.
node.
</p>
<p>
Another approach is to use
<a href=doc/docwrapper.php3?docname=linkdelays.html#EMULINKS>
<em>emulated</em> network links.</a> Emulated links are multiplexed
over the actual physical links, up to the physical bandwidth that
the physical link can support. In other words, five 20Mb links can
be multiplexed over a 100Mb physical link. More information on
emulated links can be found <a
href=doc/docwrapper.php3?docname=linkdelays.html>here.</a> Ask
Testbed Operations if you need further assistance.
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<li><a NAME="UTT-NODES"></a>
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