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thanks i will try it out.....maybe there is a nifty "HowTo" somewhere. i need to get this working, i have 3 companies sharing 10 gig . thanks again...
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    thanks i will try it out.....maybe there is a nifty "HowTo" somewhere. i need to get this working, i have 3 companies sharing 10 gig .

    thanks again

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    Smile controlling the bandwith

    to control your bandwit in a network you really need your squid.
    every squid comes with a configuration file named: squid.conf which is normally located in the etc directory and can be viewed using the following command: vi /etc/squid/squid.conf in the configuation file there is a line of statements that allows you to set your own bandwith mostly written as:
    #reply_body_max_size 0 allow all
    the statemant above allows the users in the network to download any amount of file they want to. while the comman below
    #reply_body_max_size -------------------
    the statement above allows you to set the size of download the users in your network are permitted to do.here in our network we give give the maximum of 10MB

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    Hi,

    can you perhaps give an Idiot's guide to configuring quotas? from the installation of squid to its configuration. I'm new at Linux and IPCOP keeps bombing out.

    Thanks.

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