Bandwidth monitors are ten-a-penny, but actually controlling it? Forget it.
I looked at Packeteer and it's a fantastic product, does everything you need
but at around #27,000 (UKP) it's far too expensive for our needs.
There are other ways, a Linux box with routing software/filters sat between
your gateway and servers. But it's not an easy path to take.
We run a mixed NT/Linux/Solaris network and have yet to find anything that
will let us regulate bandwidth as well as monitor it. Believe me - it's not
for want of trying. If anyone reading this can recommend something that
doesn't cost tens of thousands and works seamlessly across a mixed network,
I'd love to know about it.
--Kaliba - Tel: 0117 925 2964 Fax: 0117 927 2977Transom House, Victoria St, Bristol, BS1 6AHMicrosoft Certified Solution Provider Partner
> -----Original Message-----> From: firstname.lastname@example.org> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Preston Korn> Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 1999 6:45 PM> To: firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [NTISP] bandwidth control>>> Does anyone know of a solution to not only monitor bandwidth> usage but to> also control it? I know about packeteer but it's quite> expensive. Are> there other solutions out there as well?>> Preston Korn>> For more information about this list, including removal,> see this url: http://www.iea-software.com/maillist.html>
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