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You can try a different approach, i.e. using a FUSE wrapper to "mount" a remote file via HTTP and the invoke standard tools on it. The tools will try to read specific bytes and those attempts will be translated to HTTP byte-range GET requests. This has been discussed on StackOverflow, in this great answer by Adam which uses HTTPFS: Mount a remote zip ...
You should just be able to change the target device to the loopback interface. sudo tc qdisc add dev lo root netem loss 10%
Received packets are stored in a buffer until they can be processed, but once they're processed, they're discarded. Transmitted packets are stored in a buffer until they can be transmitted, but then they are discarded. For each TCP connection, there is some state information holding the basic information about the TCP connection. There's also a buffer of ...
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