Traffic Shaping

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  • Traffic Shaping is a mechanism that alters the traffic characteristics of a stream of cells on a connection to achieve better network efficiency, while meeting the QoS objectives, or to ensure conformance at a subsequent interface. Traffic shaping provides a mechanism to control the amount and volume of traffic being sent into a network (bandwidth throttling), and the rate at which the traffic is being sent (rate limiting). (As cited in abstract.)

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    Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International