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humelectronics

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Hi..

using the Kerio Control Box, Version 8.1.0 build 845, 14 Users, single internet link.

We're experiencing the following problem:
a few Users access internet after logging in without any issue, transfer rates are normal.
then another user starts a download and get's full bandwidth of the link, "stealing" the bandwidth from the other users who now have timeouts and connection losses.

is there anything I can configure to have the bandwidth management be less "digital"? Wink

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Vicky

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Hi Humelectronics,

When the bandwidth is 'Stolen' is with a certain traffic type? Or a certain action? Or a certain user every time? As this would give you something to limit and help the other users not lose out on bandwidth.

All the best,
Vicky
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humelectronics

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thank you for your reply, and sorry about my late follow up.. I was looking in the forum and found your post, somehow I missed the mail.. Sad

it's basically http traffic.. just ordinary browsing.. I had tried turning the proxy off, but that didn't yield any positive result.

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silars

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You're dealing with normal congestion events when a link is oversubscribed. You need to implement some Bandwidth Management or QoS to avoid one user dominating a link.

Or, you can buy a bigger link. Most choose bandwidth management Smile.
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