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ibod is a ISDN MPPP bandwidth-on-demand daemon designed to operate in conjunction with isdn4linux
ibod is a ISDN MPPP bandwidth-on-demand daemon designed to operate in conjunction with isdn4linux. The program monitors inbound and outbound traffic on the ISDN interface. When the required bandwidth exceeds the capacity for one IDSN B-channel (64kbps), a second (slave) channel is connected according to the MPPP protocol.
Ibod is a daemon program for GNU/Linux that constantly monitors the ISDN interface for inbound and outbound traffic throughput.
When the traffic passes a certain limit in bytes/second it tries to connect additional B-channels (slave channels) to increase the capacity from 64kbps to a multiple of 64kbps. The number of slave channels depends on the needed bandwidth. When traffic decreases under the specified limit the slave channels are disconnected.
The program is completely self contained and can be started and stopped at any time without disturbing ongoing traffic on the ISDN interface.
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