Bandwidth Limit on Linux

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by Godric, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. Godric

    Godric New Member

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    I just wanted to know if there is a way for us to limit the bandwidth usage from your Linux with out using any special tools? Example, I would put the 50% of my bandwidth for downloading and the other 50% for browsing.

     
  2. Akendo

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    iptables allow you to do so. Read here and here more about it.
     
  3. Stefano Messicano

    Stefano Messicano New Member

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    Linux kernel 2.2 (and above) provides bandwidth management functionality compatible to high-end (dedicated) hardware solution. Linux does offer bandwidth management capability with tc command-line utility, with iptables and iproute2 packages.
     
  4. Akendo

    Akendo New Member

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    Have you any solution or do you maybe need help? Would be nice to get some update about this.

    so far and good luck
    akendo
     
  5. Darwin

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    This ^ Stefano got in there before me. It is important to keep a track of your bandwidth usage also, it is a pain when you start using bandwidth in multiple roles and find your usage is being siphoned off where it is not overly needed.
     
  6. Famous

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    If you want to limit bandwidth, just use the option in whm.
     
  7. ebildude123

    ebildude123 New Member

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    You can give trickle a try, but it's pretty old. You can find that with a quick Google search.
    linux.die.net/man/8/tc could be a better solution, try that out.
     
  8. ljepilo

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    Thanks for sharing this link with us , I too had a question to ask like the OP.It will be very helpful :).
     

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