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Bandwidth Rules - 18.Dec.2003 7:47:00 PM   
AYEHAN

 

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Hello All,
what stands for (1-200) in Bandwidth Rules. i mean to say if i set some1's Bandwidth Rule to (20) OutBound and (20) InBound..what speed he/she get then. Can any1 please answer me in detail.

Thanx
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RE: Bandwidth Rules - 19.Dec.2003 1:30:00 AM   
AHIT

 

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The bandwidth priorities aren't fixed quantities - they are... well, priorities.
eg: FTP is assigned priority 10
SMTP (email) is assigned priorty 20
Therefore, if both types of traffic are present at once, SMTP is assigned promportionatily MORE bandwidth that FTP
Take a look at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;302875&Product=ISAS which ahs the basics but doesn't go into a lot of detail

This spreadsheet simulat of ISAtools.org can help demonstrate. http://www.isatools.org/isa_bandwidth_simulator.xls
Remember though that this is not a FIXED bandwidth limit - and it only applies if that traffic type is in use.
eg: 1 HTTP is priority 1 and FTP is 200, then FTP is assigned 200time more bandwidth than HTTP *BUT* if there is no FTP traffic then HTTP can still theoretically use all your available badwidth.

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RE: Bandwidth Rules - 22.Dec.2003 3:10:00 AM   
ismaster

 

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Ayehan i got you that you want to control bandwidth for individually ip or users.isa bandwidth will not help you in this.isa bandwidth works like this.make two groups a and b now assign 25(out and in) to a group.assign 200 to goup b.it will split the available speed in two groups.a group will get slow speed and b will get fast.if you want individually check "bandwidth controller" its a software from which you can assign custome speed.

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RE: Bandwidth Rules - 30.Dec.2003 7:55:00 PM   
AYEHAN

 

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Ahh Thanku Guyz [Razz]
Thx Alot

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RE: Bandwidth Rules - 31.Dec.2003 11:12:00 AM   
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Hi AYEHAN,

Check out:

http://www.isaserver.org/pages/newsletters/december.asp

HTH,
Tom

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