Re: "Priority and QoS model"

How would web browser get the TOS bits on the received UDP packets? I know
how to do this for Linux by setting IP_RECVTOS and using recvmsg. I do not
think it is possible on any other OS, except by running raw socket or
packet capture on the interface.

Am I missing something? What is the point of the statistics that cannot be
Roman Shpount

On Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 4:02 PM, Varun Singh <> wrote:

> It's easy to verify or compare the send and received TOS bits by
> correlating them.
> On Fri, 28 Jul 2017 at 22.10, Roman Shpount <> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 2:51 PM, Cullen Jennings <> wrote:
>>> Just as a stab in the dark on how to do this ...
>>> Perhaps a table that had many packet where received for each DSCP that
>>> had been received in the last second. And a separate table for sent packets.
>>> Would something like that work ?
>> I might be completely out of date on this but how would you get this
>> information from underlying OS anywhere except Linux? I think this is the
>> only OS that supports IP_RECVTOS and there is no way to get DSCP
>> information from the received UDP packet on BSD, OSX, or Windows.
>> I do not think anything will actually tell you that setting TOS was
>> honored by the OS or underlying network equipment.
>> Regards,
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