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From "Ivan Barrera A." <Br...@Ivn.cl>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Per session bandwidth throttling
Date Mon, 11 Apr 2005 13:12:30 GMT
Pascal Harris wrote:
> With regard to my earlier post, by 'per session' I mean limiting 
> bandwidth so that each client who connects can only download up to a 
> maximum rate.  For example, if the total available bandwidth is 8Mb, 
> then I might want to limit clients to 56k each.  If only one client 
> connects then that client will still only get 56k - even though most of 
> the bandwidth goes unused.  Clients will get a consistent download rate 
> of 56k until 45 clients or so have connected, and only then will their 
> individual bandwidth start going down.
> 
> I'm sorry - I think I might not be making myself very clear!
> 

Try bw_mod v0.6 (http://Ivn.cl/apache)
It has some few known bugs regarding the limits, but it does the work.


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>       ----------
>       *From:*   Ivan Barrera A.
>       *Reply To:*       users@httpd.apache.org;Bruce@Ivn.cl
>       *Sent:*   Monday, April 11, 2005 1:42 PM
>       *To:*     users@httpd.apache.org
>       *Subject:*        Re: [users@httpd] Per session bandwidth throttling
> 
>       Pascal Harris wrote:
>        > At the moment we are using IIS for some of our serving needs. 
>       Our needs
>        > have gone up though, and IIS can't do what we want.
>        >
>        > We need to throttle bandwidth on a per session basis - can
>       Apache do
>        > this and, if so, how does one do this in Apache 2.0 for Windows?
>        >
>        > Secondly, our clients can be grouped into those with fast
>       connections
>        > and those with slow connections.   Is it possible to throttle them
>        > differently, perhaps grouping them by IP address?
>        >
>        > I hope that someone can point me in the right direction prior
>       to me
>        > downloading Apache for a trial!
>        >
> 
> 
>       What you mean per session ?
> 
>        > Regards,
>        >
>        > -----------------------------------
>        >
>        > Pascal Harris
>        > Senior Programmer
>        > Reuters Ltd
>        > Maple House/2
>        >
>        > Tel +44 (0) 20 7542 5418
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>        >
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