I have googled a lot about this, but found no clue. I have 512 kbps bandwidth. I want that, a xyz user can not use more than 25 kbps. What it means is, allocating particular user with particular bandwidth so he/she can not exceed his/her allocated bandwidth. Is there a way to accomplish this with any linux based distribution.
Re: Per user and IP bandwidth allocation
11 years 3 weeks ago #23047
Each of your users will only use his own computer? Do you have to use user account credentials as a unique identifier for your plan or can you use the source IP addresses?
In the first case you can use the TC utility that comes with
, like described
. You might find convenient to use
(through iptables) to match and mark the packets depending on their originating address.
In the second case, you might find the
project helpful (you will still need familiarity with iptables/iproute2 however).
PS. Here's also two projects that attempt to provide a GUI for iproute's Traffic Control -though I'm not sure whether they would make things easier or more complex-: