Re: per host bandwidth limit
May chapter 16.4 of the
Linux 2.4 Advanced Routing HOWTO
"Prioritizing interactive traffic"
On 17 Jun 2001, at 16:35, Jason Lim wrote:
> Do they all have their own IPs within your lan? You could
> limit bandwidth on a per-IP level if you want. That way, if
> they decide to play with napster and stuff, they will then
> have to suffer with low webpage loading, slow email, etc.
> That might encourage them NOT to use those types of programs
> That would not help if you really want to just slow down and
> limit their use of audiogalaxy and stuff like that though.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "PiotR" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Sunday, June 17, 2001 1:25 PM
> Subject: per host bandwidth limit
> > Hi, is there a way to limit the bandwidth in a "per hosts"
> > basis?
> > I'm actually using CBQ / SFQ to limit bandwith for two
> > networks in an
> > link.
> > It's possible with the linux kernel+iptables+tc to make a
> > packet queue
> > TOS based priority?
> > My coleagues are eating a lot of bw with the use of
> > audiogalaxy and that
> > of peer2peer downloaders. I would like the packets with No
> > delay TOS
> > telnet and stuff, to get a high priority and not have to
> > wait for their
> > on the queue.
> > Excuse me for my bad english, but I'm not native speaker.
> > Regards.
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