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Feb 21, 2011

I have 2 ISP where give me IP Public with ISP A (/29) and ISP B (/28). So, I connect this two ISP to unmanaged switch. And from that switch, I take one cable connected to eth0 on the server. (Note : My server have 2 dev ethernet, eth0 and eth1). eth1 will go to the Switch which will go to the LAN.

My Question is : 1. Is this possible to make bandwith control on the gateway server with mode separating International bandwith and local bandwith (my country bandwith)? ie, for my Mail Server I will give the "intl bandwith" only 512 kpbs and for local bandwith with 1Mbps. What a software can I use for this model ?

2. Which model I should to used, with NAT or with Bridging router? That's all for now..

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Section "4.11.2 Limiting resource usage: the limits.conf file" page 44

Code: Select allnano /etc/security/limits.conf

At the bottom I get...

Code: Select all#<domain>      <type>  <item>         <value>
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