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Old 18th February 2010
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Default Bandwidth limit per IP

Good morning!

Today it was the second time, one uploader in the company blocked the whole internet-connection because he used the full bandwidth for his upload.

So what I would like to do is setup a pf-rule that says:

If one host uses up full bandwidth, let him.

When other hosts come in and require bandwidth, share the full bandwidth equally between them, depending on the amount of total hosts and the bandwidth they actually need.

When the other hosts are idle, give full bandwidth back to the first host.

I have seen setups with queue rules, that distribute bandwidth per address or queue, but none of them used such a dynamic rule.

Thanks in advance

Patrick
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