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Hi, I have setup up a linux bridge with iptables firewall. The bridge has three LAN cards, one for internet, second for NAT for private network and third for DMZ ...
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    Bandwidth management in a linux bridge


    Hi,

    I have setup up a linux bridge with iptables firewall. The bridge has three LAN cards, one for internet, second for NAT for private network and third for DMZ section for machines having public IPs. Internet and DMZ interfaces are connected to the bridge. I currently have 256kbps bandwidth from which I want to provide 64kbps for DMZ section and rest to my internal NAT computers. If the NAT section uses less the bandwidth shall be sent to DMZ one and vice-versa.

    Is there any way HTB can handle two interfaces?

    Thanks and regards

    Abhinay Sinha

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    docs

    there's a bandwidth management tutorial on www.tldp.og

    I've never needed it. so don't know what its like.
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