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My client is going to be sub-letting several of their offices to a new tenant. They have asked that we set up bandwidth mgt. such that the tenants are limited (or conversely the other people in the office have a certain % of the overall bandwidth reserved) to a pre-determined % of the available bandwidth.

It seems like the only way to do this is per user/group. Is there a way to limit (or reserve) bandwidth for a particular interface? I have already set up a new interface on the Control and I intend to put all of the new tenants on this new interface. When I set up a new BMW rule the only options for Interface are "All" or "Internet". I can't choose the specific interface when defining the BWM rule.
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You will need to first create a traffic rule that refers to the network interface of the tenant. Then you can apply the bandwidth rule to the traffic rule using the "Traffic" component of the rule.

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So a traffic rule like this?

./fa/4566/0/

[Updated on: Tue, 07 February 2017 18:38]

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...and then a BWM rule like this?

./fa/4567/0/

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No, that's essentially a local traffic rule. Your rule should be almost a duplicate of the Internet access rule, but will have only the tenant interface in the source.

Your bandwidth rule is correct.

[Updated on: Tue, 07 February 2017 18:38]


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ericbullock

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Thanks! Here is my updated rule, which mimics the Internet access rule with the exception of the Interface.

./fa/4568/0/

Is this correct? I was not sure what to do for the Translation field (NAT).

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Yes that's correct. You don't need VPN clients in the source unless you want the BM rule to apply to them as well.

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