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I'm running on Debian.

I have an application that runs on localhost and listens for incoming connections with a port range from 10000 to 11000. I want to use a tool like a traffic balancer that runs on a specified port and balances my outgoing traffic within this port range that uses my application. If I can do it with default system tools please explain to me how I can do it. I also found a tool named balance but I am do not know how to use it with large port range.

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Take a look at the Traffic Control tool named tc. It's on many linux systems. And also read the man page (man tc). But it's a complex tool..

An example for shaping outgoing traffic:

http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-traffic-shaping-using-tc-to-control-http-traffic/

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