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set911

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Hello,
I have 2 questions. How to limit speed of different users ?
Example:
PC1 128kb
PC2 256kb

And second, How to restrict net of all LAN ? Now i have internet on all ip range. I want to have net on specific ip adresses only.

Very thanks.
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stoupajc

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set911 napsal dne P, 16 z 2005 09:11

Hello,
I have 2 questions. How to limit speed of different users ?
Example:
PC1 128kb
PC2 256kb

And second, How to restrict net of all LAN ? Now i have internet on all ip range. I want to have net on specific ip adresses only.

Very thanks.


1)
U can`t do it.
And BM won`t be implemented (says KT).

2)
See to manual - traffic poliy. Make address groups and in TRAFFIC POLICY create appropriate rule, which allow connections from specified group to internet NIC.

Bye
Honza

Jan Janecek
Network administrator
VOS a SPS, Jicin
http://www.vos-sps-jicin.cz
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set911

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Trafic policy is too hard for me
If posiible tell me what to do pls

my network is 192.168.100.1/255

i want 192.168.100.1/7 to have internet

Thanks
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winkelman

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If traffic policy is too hard: take some training. Because otherwise managing a firewall will not be a happy experience Smile
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