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Old 25th May 2008, 17:19
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Default Bandwith throttling

I am not sure if this is possible, but if it is a How to would be great!

Basically bandwith throttling on a system like Debian, specifically throttling users? or ports at least?

I have heard of some programs but not of a definitive guide which Someone like me would probably need!
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For which application/protocol? Apache, FTP, ...?
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No specific application or protocol.. I know it is possible to throttle in FTP and apache etc. but is it possible to allow a user to use specific ports (i.e. open them on a firewall) but throttle them or throttle the user so that whatever they use on those ports, the bandwith is restricted?
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Might be possible with iptables.
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You need to use the tools in the iproute2 suite ie the tc tool.
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