magikman wrote:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
RW wrote:
On Sat, 26 May 2007 16:52:56 +0200
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

pf and altq are enabled. My ISP allows 16kB/s upload and 128kB/s
download. I want to use half of that. What should pf.conf contain, to
limit my computer's upload and download speeds? I've tried:

altq sk0 cbq bandwidth 1576Kb queue { lan, upload, download }
queue lan bandwidth 1000Kb cbq(default)
queue upload bandwidth 64Kb cbq
queue download bandwidth 512Kb cbq
block in all
pass in quick on sk0 from 192.168.0.0/16 queue lan
pass in all on sk0 queue download
block out all
pass out quick on sk0 to 192.168.0.0/16 queue lan
pass out all on sk0 queue upload


AFAIK ALTQ only queues outgoing traffic, and
   pass in quick on sk0 from 192.168.0.0/16 queue lan
means: send the packet to the lan queue if it's routed out via the
interface to which "queue lan" is attached, i.e. back out via sk0 -
which isn't going to happen.

That would explain. So is there any way to limit the speed at which i'm downloading? Come on I've seen a bunch of software like this for Windows on the net!
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IPFW and dummynet will allow this. I came up with this from a short google search:
http://www.askbjoernhansen.com/2004/09/22/mini_tutorial_f.html

good luck!


Hmm. I've made considerable searches, but only found pf. Guess google's about luck, not just knowlegde of search terms :]
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