which appears on a line of its own.

+<h4>drop, and delay probs</h4>

+If a <tt>drop</tt> or <tt>delay</tt> field/value pair appears it specifies

+the probability in which a packet will be dropped or delayed when the

+chain is at this state. The values of <tt>drop</tt> and <tt>delay</tt> will

+be assumed to be 0 if not specified, and the rest of the probability will

+be assumed to send the packet as is.

+This state drops packets with a probability of 0.2 and delays them with

+The <tt>time_factor</tt> field specifies the time factor (in milliseconds)

+of the state. This will be supplied as input to an exponential delay

+calculation that will determine the time the state is switched.

+The <tt>move_to</tt> field specifies the probabilities the state will switch

+to other states. After a state is switched, the next state is determined

+according to a random value.

+The syntax is <tt>move_to = {</tt> at the first line followed by a list of

+<tt>[Probability] = [State]</tt> lines followed by a line containing a right

+curly bracket (<tt>}</tt>). If the probabilities sum below 1, the

+remainder will be assumed to remain in the current state.

+ 0.1 = StateWithoutAName

+This state switched to <tt>AnotherState</tt> with a probability of 0.2,

+and to <tt>StateWithoutAName</tt> with a probability of 0.1, and remains

+at itself with a probability of 0.7.

+The <tt>delay_type</tt> field specifies the type of the delay. Its value can be

+Exponential: With a given factor in milliseconds.

+Marking: <tt>E([factor])</tt>. For example: <tt>E(500)</tt>, or <tt>E(10)</tt>.

+Uniform: Marking: <tt>U([start],[end])</tt>. For example: <tt>U(100,500)</tt>.

+Generic: This defines a function from 0 to 1 using intermediate points.

+The value field should start with <tt>Generic {</tt> and end with

+a line containing a right curly bracket (<tt>}</tt>). Between them, there are

+<tt>[prob] = [delay]</tt> lines. Note that 0 to 1 will be chosen within the

+probability range allocated for delaying a packet.