Some days ago i faced two problems, dont know if 2004 is supports it, but i think it don't. lets say i have 2 modems on isa server with diffrent service providers, there must be a way to combine their bandwidth into one stream. i am not talking about multilink as it uses one username password.
second is there must be a way, lets say i run cableNet business in my area and i purchased 256k dsl with 12gb a month limit. but i found that some users havily downloaded. and my bandwidth was finished in weeks. how can i allocate bandwidth among all my users, that each have lets say one GB permonth
It's true that you can't control the bandwidth from by using ISA2004. You can put a hardware device from Planet. Bandwidth Manager. (I've deployed) or If you can mnager another ISA server then dedicate this server for downloading and other for web surfing only.
I just checked out the linksys link (thanks for posting it), but I'm not seeing how this router allows one to limit bandwidth per client. Am I missing something?
Tangentially, I'm looking for a software/hardware that would allow me to limit bandwidth from my network to a given remote client or remote network on a per port basis in terms of kbps, not aggregrate usage per month. Any ideas on this? Can ISA Server do this?