Thanks for your reply ;-)
My ideas is if a user want to access outside via 1:1 static snat mapping,
it should be limited to use the bandwidth and outside access inside via 1:1
static dnat mapping also be limited.The static mapping address bandwidth
should be respectively limited in the upstream and downstream traffic.
As for why not do a more generic speed limit，I think access to external
network traffic should be limited，because the external network traffic is
expensive in some scenes
2016-10-18 15:56 GMT+08:00 <otr...@employees.org>:
> > I want to use the limit bandwidth for snat address, I do some work to
> > find whether this function is already done or not . But I don't find the
> function in vpp .
> > Does my result is right?Does community has the plan to develop it ?
> > If community don't have enough free time to develop it ,maybe i can
> develop it and push it to vpp community
> > Any ideas about the snat address limit bandwidth function?
> Would you mind elaborating a little more what your idea is?
> We have limits for the number of translations allowed per user.
> Are you thinking of limits on the bandwidth used per inside IPv4 address
> (aka per-user)?
> How and why would that be tied to the SNAT feature as opposed to a more
> general rate limiter?
> Best regards,
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