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  • #41352

    bytemicro
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    Hi Fluvio, I’m testing zeroshell, all for me is perfect, except that I need the speed limit for the maximum possible for each client independ is 1mb / s (I have 10MB / s internet for 15 customers) I tested with QoS, but There are only result in limiting the overall bandwidth of the interface but it is not what I need, need not create a rule that allows each client is unable to navigate over 1mb / s, in the forums no found information to limit the maximum bandwidth for each client.

    Greetings and thank you very much.

    #47261

    bytemicro
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    Please Help me…

    #47262

    ofer
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    Why are you not using the QoS module? There’s plenty of documentation on the site on how to do exactly what you want with the QoS section of zeroshell.

    #47263

    cylent
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    I am new to ZS and I would like an answer to this if possible?

    any help is greatly appreciated!

    #47264

    yum
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    Here is a brief description of what I’ve done to limit internet connection bandwidth for several users (1 user = 1 private IP):

    First, enable QoS on network interfaces. Then, create one class for each user. Activate those classes on network interfaces. Finally, in the Classifier menu describe, which class corresponds to which IP (2 rules for each user, one rule for incoming traffic and another for outgoing).

    #47265

    cylent
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    hmm

    sounds like a good idea however what if i have DHCP server enabled ? i dont want to specify a single ip for each user

    i am actually starting to think of another method, that is to use a throttle system. have all users in the pool of 192.168.0.50-200 fight over a 1 meg limit. i am just trying to figure out how to do that. it sounds better than setting a specific limit… except how do i do it? (still new to this thing 🙂 )

    #47266

    veowoofer
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    a mi me pasa q configuro el QoS para limitar el ancho de banda de los clientes, pero solo me limita la sequencia numero 1 de mi lista, y las demas no me funcionan. es extraño q fucione solo la primera y las demas no. no se si me explico y disculpen el español. I don’t speak english. 😛 😛 😛

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