I have ADSL (4mb DL/1mb UL) internet connection. I would like to use KERIO Winroute as a gateway and firewall and a dedicated PC (1Gh AMD Duron, 512mb Ram). I would like to share internet with 20 users.
My questions are:
1. Can I set max connections individually per user.
2. Can I limit UL/DL bandwidth per user?
3. Can I set connections type priority. LOW priority to P2P type connections. All others have high priority. (Now, when user reaches max. connection limit, he can not even browse anymore. Is there a way that I can set priorities, so if user's P2P client takes all connections and then comes HTTP connection request, Kerio would kill some P2P connection so user could browse?
4. Priorities? Can I set Kerio the way, so my SERVER has higher priority that other users. (Higher max connection limit, better bandwidth share when max. DSL capacities reached.
5. How is KERIO distributing DSL resources to clients, when requests are way above DSL limits? Equal to all users?
Example: If DSL limits are 2000 connections, 4 Mb DL bandwidth. Then every users gets 500 connections and 1 Mb,
or it depends on their clients aggression.
6. What do you think about using CFOS speed? (Internet Acceleration and traffic shaping DSL driver(
I would like to give my clients a possibility to use P2P programs, but in the same time I would like to browse too.
Thank you very much.
1. No, only a maximum for each the same
5. Don't know
6. Don't know
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