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equally sharing of bandwidth 6 years 2 months ago #35306

  • biswajit
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I want to implement the equally distribution of bandwidth among the connected stations with the access point .Suppose if the router's bandwidth is 100kbps and four stations are connected then each should get maxmimum of 25kbps.The distribution of bandwidth should be depend on number of stations connected with the router.
I am having linux-2.6.29
I tried to implement by using tc command and iptable .But did nt work for if any body having solution for this please help me

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Re: equally sharing of bandwidth 5 years 10 months ago #35798

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I'm not sure why you would want to have such a setup to share the bandwidth.

I think it is more prefered to have a guaranteed bandwidth sharing and a best effort for the remaining clients.

The easiest way I can think of i using QoS, using policies on your switch/routers to give a guaranteed bw to each client.

When you add a client, you have to alter your config again, I'm not familiar of any automatic config to make this happen.
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Re: equally sharing of bandwidth 5 years 10 months ago #35829

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QoS is your best option here but if you dont want to use it, you can configure an ACL and use the 'rate-limit' command under the interface configuration mode to limit bandwidth through that interface
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