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    hello,

    i am in a need to limit the internet traffic to a particular ip in windows 2003 server based environment.

    please help me

    thanking in advance

    sithi.

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    Re: limiting internet bandwidth to a particular ip

    more info please.
    what do you use?
    why a particular IP and not using QOS ?
    I haven't any experience with the product below
    for example:
    http://www.etinc.com/index.php?page=bwmgr.htm

    The BurstManager
    The ET/BWMGR has a burst management feature that allows you to grant additional bandwidth on a policy by policy basis based on overall traffic on your network. For example, you you can limit a particular IP or range of addresses to 512000bps when usage is below a defined threshold and 128000bps when usage is heavy. Burst thresholds can be flexibly applied, for example if you have a "premium" group of customers, other groups can be set to only burst when the premium group is using less that a specified amount of bandwidth. Bursting can be limited to a specific length of time, easily thwarting downloaders while providing snappy performance for browsing.
    Marcel
    Technical Consultant
    Netherlands
    http://www.phetios.com
    http://blog.nessus.nl

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