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is part of the [ Linux] [Kernel
] that can be used for [TrafficShaping].
+ is part of the [ ] that can be used for [TrafficShaping].
The home page for netem is [http://developer.osdl.org/shemminger/netem/]
It is designed to do similar work to dummynet for FreeBSD and shares some code with NISTNet.
This software is used within the WandGroup for simulating loss, delay and congestion.
relies on IpRoute to enable it's features.
+ relies on IpRoute to enable it's features.
To build it into the [Kernel] you need these symbols set at least:%%%
The way that seems to be best to use is to put the machine with netem on it between two other boxes as a router.