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Dynamic firewall based on bandwidth usage ? Oct 08 2006 06:44PM
FM (dist-list LEXUM UMontreal CA) (5 replies)
Re: Dynamic firewall based on bandwidth usage ? Oct 11 2006 01:55AM
Syv Ritch (syv 911networks com)
Re: Dynamic firewall based on bandwidth usage ? Oct 10 2006 07:27PM
Alain Degreffe (info lolisoft be)
Re: Dynamic firewall based on bandwidth usage ? Oct 10 2006 06:42PM
Uday K. MOORJANI (umoorjani mediaserv net)
Re: Dynamic firewall based on bandwidth usage ? Oct 10 2006 06:31PM
Nate Nord (nnord colnets com)
The newest PIX O/S has QoS capability that would allow you to throttle
bandwidth based on protocol. I haven't deployed it yet but plan on
testing soon...

> Hello,
> I have a common problem but cannot find a solution.
>
> My setup :
> all servers are Redhat Enterprise 4
> CISCO PIX in front on a HTTP load Balancer/failover (called a director
> in the L.V.S. jargon) that sends requests to 4 web servers (cluster
> setup based on Linux Virtual Server include in redhat cluster suite).
>
> Now my prob :-)
>
> From time to time users download our site and block all http connexion,
> and worst, use all our bandwidth. So I have to block (or redirect) those
> network abusers after a download limit (for ex : 1Gb per day) for lets
> say 1day.
>
> Because of the director, I cannot use the apache2 mod_cband.
>
> My first though is to look at the iptables on the director but I cannot
> find any information about that kind of setup.
>
> Do you know if it is possible using build in linux tools(iptables ?).
>
> If not, do you know some hardware appliance that could do that ?
>
> Thanks !
>

[ reply ]
Re: Dynamic firewall based on bandwidth usage ? Oct 10 2006 06:20PM
Vladimir Mitiouchev (vovcia gmail com) (2 replies)
Re: Dynamic firewall based on bandwidth usage ? Oct 12 2006 07:11AM
Peter Becker (peter becker oberkassel de)
Re: Dynamic firewall based on bandwidth usage ? Oct 10 2006 06:22PM
Vladimir Mitiouchev (vovcia gmail com)


 

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