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RE: Is anyone actually USING IP QoS?
> On Wed, 19 May 1999, Alex P. Rudnev wrote: > > If you have an OC-48, someone will find a way to Smurf it and then you > will need QoS at the ICMP level (CAR?). I believe that no matter how > unlimited your b/w will be you will always need some modicum of QoS. It's just what I am saying - some technologies (as CAR) are used widely, some with the troubles (traffic-shaping, for example), some are dead (RSVP). Through - SMURF by OS-48? Let's the enemy try - OS-48 will not notice it at all. You can't generate such traffic by the simple way. Anyway, no one answer to the initial question. I guess no one here use complex QoS features, except primitive (CAR, RED, WFQ) ones. Alex.