tc: Linux HTTP Outgoing Traffic Shaping (Port 80 Traffic Shaping)
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"You need use the tc command which can slow down
traffic for given port and services on servers and it is called
"When traffic is shaped, its rate of transmission is under
control, in other words you apply some sort of bandwidth allocation
for each port or or so called Linux services.
"You can only apply traffic shaping to outgoing or forwarding
traffic i.e. you do not have any control for incoming traffic to
server. However, tc can do policing hich controls arriving traffic.
Policing thus occurs on ingress. This FAQ only deals with traffic