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Date:   Mon, 29 Aug 2022 17:33:12 +0200 (CEST)
From:   Thorsten Glaser <>
Subject: tc-stab(8) dead link and question

Hi again,

from reading around in more documentation, I found “stab” mentioned
and that it refers to tc-stab(8).

First, the [1] link is dead; the Wayback Machine has as last version:

Second… this might be something I’d need to take into account when
doing bandwidth limiting. How do I use the adjusted sizes?

Currently, I’m shaping by taking skb->len and multiplying with the
amount of ns per byte that can be calculated from the configured rate.
This (on ethernet, which I’m testing on; in prod it is possibly used
on WLAN instead but not always) already takes the Ethernet header into
account, but not the trailer apparently, but it would obviously need
per-packet overhead for DSL links, so I’m wondering which variables
I need to query, and how, for this.

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