Can anyone help with bandwidth limiting based on IP?

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    matt.brander
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    Hello everyone

    Just getting started with zeroshell (seems great so far) and wondered if someone could point me in the right direction with the following problem:

    Overview:

    ISP block of 8 IPs >>zeroshell as (etho,eth1>br0) transparent bridge>>firewall

    The 8 IPs will be defined as virtual interfaces on the firewall for NAT to internal clients.

    I currently have traffic flowing “accross the bridge” from one of the IPs that I have allocated to an interface on the firewall to the ISP router.

    SO:

    I figure I should be able to use qos on the zeroshell to limit up/down bandwidth per IP – eg 1.2.3.4 is allowed 1Mb down/0.5Mb up whereas 1.2.3.5 is allowed 2Mb down/1Mb up

    If someone could tell me that this is definitely possible that would be a start 🙂

    And if guidance on the qos setup could also be provided I would be eternally grateful.

    Thanks in advance for any assistance available.

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