Traffic shaping between LAN and WLAN (with benefits for LAN users)?
I'm new to pfsense and have configured it to work with Captive Portal and squid proxy + filter. The configured interfaces are WAN, LAN and WLAN.
Let's say I have 10 MBit of bandwidth. What I want to do is share it in the following way:
- when there are only WLAN users they should have 100% of the bandwidth and every one the same piece of the cake (10 users with 1 MBit each)
- when there are LAN users also they should have 50% of the bandwidth, indipendent of the number of the LAN users (p.e. 5 LAN users and 10 WLAN users: each of the LAN users should have 1 MBit (=50% of bandwidth/5), and each of the WLAN users should have 0,5 MBit (=50% of bandwidth/10).
How can I realize that?
Thank you very very much!!!
Sorry for pushing, spent the last days to look for a solution but didn't find anything :(
Nullity last edited by
You read those?
tried to understand what people talked about in these topics, but I couldn't find the information for how to solve MY problem (one topic is very long and confusing, and my bad english doesn't help in that case ::)).
So I hope someone could explain the solution to me in this topic.
dreamslacker last edited by
You can't do that, at least not on inbound traffic if you have more than 1 internal interface.
For outbound, you can use PRIQ or CBQ and allow the weight ratio to distribute accordingly.