Traffic shaper per ip



  • Hi all !!

    I have a small isp with up 200-300 customers and would like to use pfsense to bandwithd control.

    I have customers with 128Kb up and down max

    I have customers with 256 Kb up and down max too.

    Can I use the traffic shaper wizard up of rules and then a rule per customer down ? That's works ?

    Or only I must use a rule per customer ?

    Any hint ?

    roberto



  • Just follow the shaper wizard and set one penalty IP.After that add new rules based on that one and set the values that u want for each IP.



  • Hi !!

    Thanks for your reply.

    I follow the shaper wizard and don't see any "penalty IP".

    Can you to explain better that subject ?

    roberto



  • update to the latest snapshot



  • :D You have to make 2 queques and 2 rules per customer so I think PfSense will not do the job for you try someting else (linux and htb maybe).



  • Hi all, and many thanks for all that are working on this great project.
    I have a little network with 130 users and i create only for testing purpose 2 queues and 2 rules in traffic shaper for 20 of my users. I have ntop package installed and i can see at throughput page that their bandwidth is according with that i put in upperlimit in queues (same thing can be seen in Status>Queues). I'd like to create in that way queues and rules for all of my users but i am afraid of that HFSC has limited only for 64 queues. Is anybody made that thing for more than 64 queues? I read that is possible by changing #define HFSC_MAX_CLASSES 64 somewhere…..but i did not find where >:(
    Please excuse my bad english  :)
    Thank you all.



  • :( bad news….not working for more than 64 queues..any other way? or i just must find another distro? i realy like pfsense features except that no per user bandwidth ???



  • @alonelion:

    :( bad news….not working for more than 64 queues..any other way? or i just must find another distro? i realy like pfsense features except that no per user bandwidth ???

    I think it's possible if you shape entire network segments, that will make "2 queues and 2 rules" for entire network.
    (I mean: 128up/128down for X.X.1.0 ; and 256up/256down for X.X.2.0 for example)


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