Hi Henrik,
Great explanations, but some doubts inline.

On Wed, Apr 21, 2004 at 03:35:42PM +0200, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:

> Depending on which delay pool class there may be 0 to 3 buckets involved.
> The available bandwidth to the user is the least of all involved buckets,
> and any delivered bandwidth is substracted from all involved buckets.
>
> 0, no delay pool assigned


This is the default case, right?

> 1, a class 1 pool with a single bucket shared by all users of the pool


Ok.

> 2, a class 2 pool with one global bucket shared by all and in addition
> one bucket per user.
> 3, a class 3 pool. one global bucket shared by all users, one network
> bucket per class C network, and one bucket per user.


Can you give an example where this scenario (i.e. case 2 and 3) are
needed?

Thanks a lot for making all these things clear for all.

With warm regards,
-Payal