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Bandwidth Pririties and Limitations - 5.Dec.2004 9:33:00 PM   
AdnanRafik

 

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If ISA comes with Bandwidth Pririties and Limit option where we can implement the plicies specific to individual users or group or on IP.

This will full control of bandwidth usage.

Content filtering has to be there like in SurfControl products.

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RE: Bandwidth Pririties and Limitations - 11.Dec.2004 12:03:00 AM   
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I hope this show up in enterprise [Wink]

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RE: Bandwidth Pririties and Limitations - 12.Dec.2004 5:27:00 AM   
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I'm also hoping that bandwidth rules make a showing in 2004 Enterprise Edition.

Has anyone any idea as to what Microsoft intend to add for Enterprise Edition ?or even when it is due out ??? [Confused]

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RE: Bandwidth Pririties and Limitations - 12.Dec.2004 1:34:00 PM   
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Hey guys,

Bad news. No bandwidth control in EE.

Let your MS reps know that you want bandwidth control!

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: Bandwidth Pririties and Limitations - 14.Dec.2004 12:21:00 PM   
AdnanRafik

 

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There is a separate hardware I've configured to one of my client but it works behind DSL.

I tried to configure it behind ISA2004 but I couldn't. It works behind the DSL becuse it just have to forward the packed to DSL device.

I guess it can be used behind Squid i.e. Linux (I didn't try).

So if it works behind Squid due to transparent proxy then It should work behind ISA2004.

Is there any suggestion?

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