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exportgoldman

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Hello Everyone,

Were I am currently working is vastly expensive for internet access (1000USD/Megabit unlimited) so we are going to use QoS for dishing out internet access.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but to fairly share out bandwidth between users with the current QoS features means for web browser users I need to set a QoS policy rule for each user to use a maximum of X bandwidth (say 20KB/s)

I can't seem to do this via a Group as the whole group will be limited, but I assume each user in the group will potentially get a unfair amount of traffic.

So even if most of the link is sitting empty they will still be capped, what I ideally want is for Kerio to FAIRLY portion out say 80% of the link to the web users, so if theres 10 people using it, they all get 10% of the link speed etc.

This doesn't seem to be possible? Any thoughts?
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mlee (Kerio)

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AFAIK, the bandwidth management cannot be equally distribute towards individual users/IP addresses, although, it would be a good feature to have.

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