You're welcome to use it :P All I did was paste a poo on the "Com" part ;)
When is support for Yosemite coming out?
I need to make a wrapper for PF. I didn't have time this weekend to dig into it, as well, I don't own a box that has PF. I'll see what I can do this week.
The difference is with PF and ipfw, is that PF uses a conf file rather than commands to set up the rules. So this will require a different approach than before. The rules are line-order dependent, so we could just shove them at the top, and as of yet I have no understanding of the QoS features if any in PF, so that will be a task to learn.
I've come to the conclusion that PF does not include the features necessary to do the likes of arbitrary packet drop/reorder/corruption or delay. I can get working at the very least a bandwidth limit, and some packet drop may possible ensue from that by way of using a priority queue (PRIQ) setup where lower priority queues may lose packets if the data to the highest priority queue is saturated. But there's no way to control this behavior through means of configuration. So PF will only have very basic support for our purposes, thus leaving MacOSX 10.10 poorly supported.
well that kinda sucks :p
Time to install Linux on my MacBook. :-P
Hola, this is awesome
This is funny haha
hello. it seems to me that throttling by port doesn't work.
is ipfw on host necessary for that?
I use comcast --latency=250 --default-bw=250 --target-bw=250 --packet-loss=10% --target-port=8380:8382 --target-proto=tcp
does it work if you don't specify a port?
yeah, pretty sure
Hi! Can comcast be used to simutale network partitions between docker containers?