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biggie

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I'm familiar with the basic User Quota setup.

I have 2 questions:

1. Is there a way to apply this to a 'group'.
2. Is there a way to apply a user transfer quota rule to a specific WAN?
(If no, any suggestions on work arounds would be appreciated.)

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ksnyder

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1. Not to a group specifically, however you can apply a quota to a specified domain (top drop-down on "Users" page) by using the "Template" button at the bottom right of the "Users" page. Once the domain template is defined, you can make exceptions for individual users when the need arises. On a user-by-user basis you determine if they inherit the domain template or if he/she has a uniquely defined quota.

2. Yes. New QoS rule. UsersExceededQuota + Limit Upload + Limit Download + Interface WAN1/WAN2/WAN3/ETC + Valid Time (optional if configured)

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biggie

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Thanks - that's great news!
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