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Re: how to block these?


> Wcom <christian@debian-potato.com.ar> [2003-05-09 17:23]:
> I have some problems in my lan environment. most of my clients using  kazaa
> or overnet to dowmload mp3 and mpg files. These progams eating most of my
> small bandwidth so can i put some rules to "block" these kazaa and other p2p
> program ?
> Right now my linux boxes is just act as very simple NAT router using
> iptables 1.2.7a

wouldn't you want to reduce the bandwidth available
for these p2p applications?  If so, take a look at tc
(Traffic Control or the Advanced Routing HowTo; found in

Otherwise try finding out which ports are used for these applications
and simply block them.


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