"Maximum queue size" setting

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Michael

"Maximum queue size" setting   17 May 2023, 11:28

What is the "maximum queue size" setting responsible for?
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Ann

Re: "Maximum queue size" setting   17 May 2023, 11:34

Maximum queue size deals with the situations when network packets come at a faster rate than the limit allows.

For example: you capped the speed at 1 Mbit/s, but network packets keep arriving at 2 Mbit/s. As soon as the queue fills up with more packets than is set in this setting, the software will begin dropping them.
Sam

Re: "Maximum queue size" setting   02 December 2023, 15:38

What measure does the queue size use? Is it kilobits or megabits?
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Re: "Maximum queue size" setting   02 December 2023, 19:55

Neither. It's the maximum number of network packets in the queue before they start being dropped.

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