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shaping all my traffic?

skirtTightskirtTight Member
edited January 2013 in Help

Does anyone know how I can limit all my outgoing traffic per connection?

trying to limit users to X bandie

thonks thanks

Comments

  • Uhm, outbound? What would this be for a specific port, or IP Address?

  • jarjar Provider

    http://linux.die.net/man/8/tc

    Should handle the job just fine.

  • Are you talking about limiting individual VMs? Also you say "per connection" and then "users to X bandie", which is it, or both?

  • @Jacob said: Uhm, outbound? What would this be for a specific port, or IP Address?

    To every ip that likes to hang around (IF specifying the port is a must then I guess 1723 would be it)

    @Microlinux said: Are you talking about limiting individual VMs? Also you say "per connection" and then "users to X bandie", which is it, or both?

    Assigning a bandwidth cap (mbps) to everyone that's connected :|

  • Use the link @jarland posted for the command line 'tc'

  • shovenoseshovenose Member, Provider
    edited January 2013

    Well obviously if you have a 100Mbps port that's going to be the limit.
    And if you have five VPS's, in SolusVM you can set ten each, that adds up to 50Mbps. Just for an example!

  • Oh no, it's a single instance, doing this to shape vpn traffic :>

  • shovenoseshovenose Member, Provider
    edited January 2013

    @Zen: Sorry, edited. 5x5=25, I meant 5x10.

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