Mikrotik can do this.

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Jason
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 11:27 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: [WISPA] Advanced Bandwidth Management

List,

    Several times in the last few weeks the topic of bandwidth 
management has been discussed, but "I Still Haven't Found What I'm 
Lookin' For"...  Here's what I'd like to do:

1.  Each user starts with a big "Internet Pipe".  This way casual 
surfing and emails, etc. happen nice and snappy.

2.  If a user downloads a big chunk of data, he needs to be "shaped" to 
a lower data rate after a few minutes (I'm thinking 2 or 3 minutes).

3.  Step 2 repeats over and over several times if the user continues to 
download.

4.  After the user quits hogging the network, his bandwidth is restored 
in stages (backwards of 2 and 3).

I know this, or at least similar things to it, are being done out 
there.  The HughesNet satellite FAP works something like this (I don't 
know the actual values):

1.  Each user has a "Bit Bucket" that holds 1 Gig of bandwidth.

2.  The "Bit Bucket is replenished at 128k.

3.  The speed at which the user can download from his "bit bucket" is 1meg.

4.  If the user uses all the bits in his bucket faster than they are 
replenished, he eventually gets only 128k.

Does anyone know how to get something like this going?  I am especially 
interested in Linux/Ubuntu solutions.

Jason


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