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Phasin8

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hi all,

wonder if you can help me...

This is my situation i have a adsl line at home with a 3 gig cap, there are 3 users an 2 machines, i want to be able to divide the bandwidth up between the 3 users so there downloads/uploads are restricted to 1 gig each with user authentication. I have managed to get the user authentication part to work fine, no problems i have also setup the limits per month, but once the user has reached there cap limit the log file shows they have reached there limit, but they can still browse the internet??? i though that having nic installed would cause this, i also another one so have 2 know, but still not working.

Any help regarding this would be greatly apprectied or how i should be setting this up would be great.

Thanks
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mcwf

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Did you try this ? Rolling Eyes

index.php?t=getfile&id=1421&private=0

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Phasin8

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Hi yes i did, enable that, thats the strange thing?? i cant figure this out ready to rip my hair out, i have 3 users working on one machine, each users must have a one gig cap am i doing something wrong??? even if i enable a daily limit of 2mb and download something to exceed that linit i can still carry on like normal have a look at the screenshots..index.php?t=getfile&id=1426&private=0

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Phasin8

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and this image aswell to see exactly what i meanindex.php?t=getfile&id=1425&private=0

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