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Traffic Squeezer - Open-Source WAN Optimization So

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May 18th, 2010 at 7:11pm  
Traffic Squeezer is a free Open-Source Linux WAN Network Traffic Accelerator.

URL: http://trafficsqueezer.org
Traffic Squeezer is free software, developed and distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). The software has been made free(open-source) so that it gives you the freedom to use a program, study how it works, improve it, and share it with others.

Traffic Squeezer does WAN Acceleration with the technologies such as Traffic Compression, Traffic PDU Coalescing, Protocol Specific Acceleration (ex: TCP Acceleration Mechanisms), Quality of Service, etc.

Interested user groups/Organizations can test and make us various use-cases of Traffic Squeezer which fits their use-case scenarios, especially optimizing their Satellite based communication links. Traffic Squeezer is FREE Open-Source any one can also participate, support, as well subscribe services.
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Reply #1 - Jun 17th, 2010 at 7:19pm  
The new Traffic Squeezer - Pre-Beta based on stable kernel:2.6.34 is released, built up on Fedora series distribution, Fedora CORE 13.

Key Insights:
   * The new 2.6.34 based Traffic Squeezer is the most stable robust Traffic Squeezer platform/core suited for real production deployments.
   * The new Traffic Squeezer supports the new LZO based Compression Algorithm, which is the best in terms of compression rates as well as far superior system performance.
   * Capable of delivering for up to 80+Mbps (bits per second) traffic speeds.
   * Also includes the new critical TCP protocol optimization parameters.
   * 2.6.34 is the optimized and a stable platform then the previous Traffic Squeezer supported 2.6.21 based Kernel. 2.6.34 comes with updated data-structures as well as better multi-CPU processing capabilities. Which makes it a best platform for Traffic Squeezer to deliver the best.
   * Traffic Squeezer is tested for many hours with GBs of data-transfers, for its performance and stability.

Improved Device GUI:
   * The Device GUI is much more improved with user friendly options and context-sensitive help/tool-tips.
   * Capable of synchronizing critical Traffic Squeezer settings/configurations with remote Traffic Squeezer machine(s) installed.
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Reply #2 - Sep 21st, 2011 at 11:56am  
Please, if anyone is using this software, I would appreciate feedback here about its benefits in relation to satellite internet connections.

I am puzzled as to why this page appears so popular that people are voting for it with the Google +1 button at the top.

Best regards, Eric.
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