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Old 23rd November 2005, 23:14
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Default How can a noob like me limit bandwidth in Debian

Hello.

Im a newbie in Linux operating system, and was wondering if you can tell me in simple steps or step by step tutorial that works, how can I limit to a user, let's say he can transfer 20 GB per month?

Any program, script, as long as it is working and that it doesnt eat a lot of CPU and RAM would be fine.

Please.


Best regards, Martin.
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