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nerdyone255

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im trying to limit external bandwidth of a client on my internal network via ip address. im not using userlogin for this station to the connect appliance.

just want to throttle the download rate of this one ip address so that it doesnt kill my overall network speed.

is it possible to apply bandwidth rules to the traffic of an internal ip address, and if so, how?

thank you in advance pros!
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silars

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Create a user and use the "Automatic login" feature under the "IP Addresses" tab. Under "Specific host IP Addresses" enter the IP address you want to manage.

From there, you should be able to apply all sorts of rules to that specific machine.

I haven't used any bandwidth rules, but that is how I manage traffic rules and the like against hosts that don't have domain logins (gaming platforms, printers, etc.).
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nerdyone255

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worked like a charm!

thanks !!!
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mzaaa

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Kindly explain this procedure step by step with images.I will be very thankful for.I have Kerio Control v7.3

Best Of Luck
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gbg96

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in the 7.x versions you could perfectly create rules for ip range , but these donkeys removed that function , it is a silly thing they did Evil or Very Mad
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gbg96

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in the 7.x versions you could perfectly create rules for ip range , but these donkeys removed that function , it is a silly thing they did Evil or Very Mad
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ksnyder

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Hee haw, hee haw. If you build an IP address group and add that group to an ALLOW traffic rule, you can then use that traffic rule within bandwidth management and QoS. The result is the ability to limit bandwidth on desired networks/interfaces by IP address.

Ken Snyder
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gbg96

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that you say no longer works in the 8.x versions
I am 9 years kerio driving , and until version 7.x could that way.
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