Options To Limit Bandwidth For Port Or Mac Address?

Nov 10, 2012

Been looking around in my routers settings for something that even comes close to limiting bandwidth on a specific port, or mac address, but the only thing I can find is priority settings like "Low, Normal, High, and Highest" I did however see this:

I am not 100% sure if I can specifically set bandwidth limit per port or mac address, cause I don't see an option to do that, so I presume it just limits the whole network as one...

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Aug 21, 2011

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May 2, 2012

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Dec 2, 2011

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May 1, 2011

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Apr 1, 2012

On my home network I have 11 devices connected.Is there a way I can give each device a certain bandwidth limit so my Internet doesn't keep getting sucked up?

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Nov 7, 2012

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Aug 18, 2011

I am using ASA 5505 cisco firewall as a transparent firewall. I have assigned ethernet 0/0 as outside interface and ethernet0/1-7 as inside interface. There are 3 departments in office. So, i connected ethernet 0/1 to Dept A, ethernet 0/2 to Dept B and ethernet 0/3 to Dept C. Now, I want to limit bandwidth to each department, e.g, 1 Mbps download/upload to Dept A, 512 kbps download/upload to Dept B and 512 kbps download/upload to Dept C. So, how can i do this in ASA 5505.?

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Mar 28, 2011

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Feb 10, 2012

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Sep 19, 2012

I have a 20MB internet connection, with a 100GB cap. My mother works at home, with some employees. Adding home and work, 8 people use the internet all the time. Lots of Youtube videos, streaming netflix, iTunes downloading, and so on.I wanted something to:

1) Manage this cap. It's over too soon, and we're left with a poor internet connection until the end of the month - like 500kb.

2) Something to manage two internet connections.

I was thinking about a dedicated router - I currently use a WRT54G V8, which is nice, but it has some issues handling the traffic when the internet is in its full glory. I heard about pfSense, and some searches on Google tell me it's possible to do both options using it.

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VLAN ===> FE 0/1 {With subinterfaces - ALL INSIDE LAN INTERFACES}  ==> ROUTER ===> BVI 0/1 {WAN Interface - OUTSIDE}
i am doing NAT for my clients in LAN to WAN - Static NAT i want one of my client who is excessing some service with his Public IP to get a specific amount of bandwidth ... as right now he is hogging all the bandwidth .i have 1841 router.

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Feb 26, 2011

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Feb 10, 2012

The rest of us use wifi for our internet services but this isn't good enough for are newest member so they have now connected a cable directly into the modem, so now whenever he is online ALL wifi suffers dramatically! What can i do to limit his bandwidth and allow the wifi to gain more access is there a way to limit via his MAC address or IP address?

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Jul 7, 2011

I own a cyber cafe. I was told that switches are smart enough to distribute the same speed to all the clients. So I was not worried at first. But now if 2-3 customers starts watching youtube videos the rest starts complaining about the speed. I googled for the solution but got none. How to limit the speed,I want to lock the bandwidth of each computer.

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Jun 11, 2011

I just purchased a 100M fiber line to go with a brand new D-Link DIR-655 router. Before plugging in the router, I tested on my laptop directly from the modem and had great result speeds of 98M/97M. I connected the router, then plugged my laptop to find I was only getting speeds of about 10M/6M. This was true for both wired and wireless connections.

I took a look at the router settings. I turned off QoS, but that didn't work. One thing I did see was the WAN was set to auto. I attempted to change that to 100mbps or to 1000mpbs. However, when I did that my modem light that shows a 100M connection is active turned off and I couldn't get internet. I was only able to get a connection if I left that on auto. Is there a setting somewhere that is limiting my bandwidth from the router?I reset the router twice and checked to find I had the latest firmware. Is there something that I am missing? I have always been a Linksys fan, but wanted to see how D-Link is.

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Feb 24, 2011

The Nordic World Ski Championships 2011 is upon us, and NRK, the national broadcaster of Norway, is offering HD streaming via the Akamai network.I run a network with 5000 users. Our internet bandwidth is usually 300mbps, but we've increased it to 500mbps for the duration of the Ski Championship. that did not work, because of the HD streaming.The internet link is delivered on a fiber trunk with many other VLANs, and my first piece of equipment in the chain is a Cisco 3560G (C3560-IPBASEK9-M), Version 12.2(46)SE). A port on the 3560G is then set to switchport access vlan "internet-vlan", and that port is connected to a routed port on my Cisco 6509-Sup720-10G ( (s72033_rp-ADVIPSERVICESK9_WAN-M), Version 12.2(33)SXH3a). The 6500 then routes the traffic to a Cisco ASA 5520 (running 8.2(4)).What I'd like to do, is to limit the total bandwidth of all conversations between our IPs and the nearest Akamai IP-range, which is can I achieve that? I've tried to read the QoS chapter from the manual of the 3560G 12.2(46), but QoS is very complex stuff?

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Cisco WAN :: 3845 - Limit Bandwidth From The Internet?

Nov 3, 2012

We have a Cisco 3845 router and on the G0/0 interface we have our public switch with multiple public IP addresses (servers, routers, etc..) and on the S0/0 interface we have a DS3 Internet connection. I need to limit the bandwidth from the Internet (download) to one of the IP addresses on the G0/0 interface. I'm thinking of limiting to 256K and really need info with either a policy map or something equivalent.

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Nov 17, 2012

I am using ASA Version 8.2(1) , I want to limit the vpn users to use less bandwidth of my Interlink to access something on inside network
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Destn : inside network
how can achive this with QOS config.

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Cisco WAN :: 1841 - Limit Bandwidth Provided By ISP

Jun 21, 2012

we have a bandwidth pipe terminating on 1841 BVI interface... now we want to limit all the traffic going from inside to WAN circuit to half... for example 10 Mb pipe we want to reduce to 5 mb on bvi interface.. how this can be done .. as of not there is not need to police any specific type of traffic .. this needs to be done for any traffic from inside to outside...

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Sep 10, 2012

So lately this week, one rogue user from the boarding house has been downloading(possibly torrenting)/streaming to his/her heart's content resulting in extremely slow connections for everyone else. I've been using an Android app to list all devices connected to the network, and one-by-one, manually disconnected each one to find the problematic, bandwidth-hogging IP. I've found that said user continued to use up bandwidth even up to the wee hours of the morning.

I managed to find his/her IP address, I know I could just block sites/ports via the router's control panel but I guess it's not that simple because: a.) Whoever setup the wireless on our floor forgot the username/password combo(not even the landlady knows) b.) I've asked management about asking for access to the router. Being the IT student on the floor, I guess I'll take the responsibility of at least limiting the rogue user's bandwidth so everyone else on our floor has a fair share.

So my question is: is there a way to limit an IP/application's bandwidth usage via a non-router control panel method, without having to do a hard reset on the router? I have tried in vain to use the Android app I used, but all it takes is a router reboot to disable it (said user knows how to reset the router). It's been days since we've had a stable connection for legitimate schoolwork usage because of this one IP that's using up all the resources.

The router on our floor is a Linksys WRT54G2 and my operating system is Windows 7 64-bit.

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