These are charts from Ganymede Chariot used in a lab based on FIFO (no
queuing). TCP traffic was going all over the chart. With nothing controlling the
traffic, throughput is horrible and completely unpredictable!
With Traffic Shaping, Frame Relay DE bit setting, Class-Based Weighted Fair
Queuing (CBWFQ), and Weighted Random Early Detection (WRED) enabled, the
network is much more well behaved.
We’ll discuss CBWFQ and WRED in the Queuing module.
In this section we’ll look at techniques for Classification and Marking. These are
the beginning of solving the example customer’s problem....