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Hi People, I'm mostly a windows guy, but im making the effort to learn more about linux. We have two seperate networks connected to the internet via a single router ...
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- 02-23-2005 #1
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- Feb 2005
Bandwidth Throttling through Linux Gateway
I'm mostly a windows guy, but im making the effort to learn more about linux.
We have two seperate networks connected to the internet via a single router which has a single internet connection. Each LAN has a gateway machine configured differently for the networks needs (port forwarding etc...) The problem we have is if one network has someone downloading an rather large file 1GB + it not only slows down the network for the people on that persons network but also for the people or services on the other network connected through the same router.
I would like to be able to throttle the bandwith of each gateway machine to %50 of the availbe bandwith. This way one LAN would not be effect so much by the other one over using the bandwidth.
Each of our Gateway machines is a red hat linux distro 3.3.2-1
Any suggestions on how I would do this... or alternative ideas?