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Warning, before you untar the Arbitrator releases please read the How-To. Also any items in the Changelog relating to the version.
. arbitrator9.62.tar.gz this is the GPL version. It does not come with a GUI, nor is reporting included in this version. Those items are licensed with our commercial products only. This version runs on the Linux 2.6.5 kernel. No other patches are required since iptables and ebtables are already in this kernel. READ THE CHANGE LOG FOR INFO ON THIS VERSION.
. arbitrator8.63.tar.gz this is the GPL version. This is currently the most stable version based on the 2.4.19 kernel. It does not come with a GUI, nor is reporting included in this version. Those items are licensed with our commercial products only. This version runs on the Linux 2.4.19 kernel. READ THE CHANGE LOG FOR INFO ON THIS VERSION.
. callnetplot version 1.0 for plotting MULTIPLE VLANs This is a user donated perl script which should be used with 8.25. Other versions may be able to be tweaked to use this as well with a little work.
Version 1.21 is a watchdog utility type program for the Arbi. You can read the README by clicking here.
This is a beta release and we welcome beta customers. Enforce Bandwidth Caps on monthly/daily or hourly
usage, take actions when caps are exceeded. You can read the README by clicking here.
This is a beta release and we welcome beta customers. You can find the docs for ArbiQos by clicking here.
. apccrond - Perl cron like helper app
. asciiplot2.0 - Perl plot routine that creates ASCII graphs in the form of horizontal bar charts. You could modify the code to output graphics instead of ASCII *'s for use with web apps. Here is the README.
. bridge-nf-0.0.7-against-2.4.19.diff for the 2.4.19 kernels.
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. 2.6.5 Kernel Source
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|| NotOnFrontPage: Credits|
Here are just some of the credits that need to go out to those that helped the Bandwidth Arbitrator project get where it is.
Neil Horman for lending a hand in debugging our kernel
changes and making this technology possible
1000's of other people
Special thanks to the layer7 project team for
providing some of the key technology which allows us
find application patterns.
Eric Hall and esd189 for their support with our early Beta testing.