[clug] traffic shaping help
kim.holburn at anu.edu.au
Mon Dec 8 04:00:39 GMT 2003
I'd like some help from a traffic-shaping whiz out there. I did read the LARTC manual, three times, and I still don't understand how to use it so maybe someone could help me with it. I am sure this might be useful to others - families with broadband and a linux router and say teenagers that tend to download outrageous amounts of bytes.
I have a program that can tell me if an IP number has used up their daily quota of download bytes. I want to throttle the bandwidth seen by that IP for a certain period, so they are still connected and can access the internet but their bandwidth is severely limited for that period.
Anyone help me with this?
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