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On Tuesday 17 February 2004 10:03 pm, Mark K. Kim markslist-at-cbreak.org 
|lugod| wrote:
> Umm... sorry. I'm looking for a hardware purchase suggestion.  As in a
> stand-alone router.  I'm currently using a broadband router, and something
> to replace or add onto that.  I don't wanna use a Linux box because (1)I
> don't have any spare computers and (2)routers take up less power than a PC
> and (3)I don't have to ask myself if I've set it up with proper security
> measures everytime I go to bed.  Thanks.
>
> But thanks for pointing out iproute2.  I figured there's a Linux way
> somewhere.  It's just not practical for my setup right now.  Thanks.

http://www.packeteer.com/prod-sol/products/packetshaper.cfm

But it's like $9000 ;)

Seriously, though, there is aftermarket firmware for the linksys WRT54G (runs 
embedded linux, turn off the wifi if you don't want it) that can do this. 
There was an article on slahdot about it.

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