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Isp bandwidth cap

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by KoOpy, Apr 7, 2008.

  1. KoOpy

    KoOpy Guest

    My ISP has a limit of 95gigs per month up & down then charges extra per gig
    Is there a script to avoid extra charges
    Say download & upload at the limit then at 85gigs slow my connect down to 50%
    at 90gigs slow to 10% then stop it at 95gigs

    This would eliminate all extra charges from the isp
     
  2. szfong

    szfong Network Guru Member

    if you try shaping d/l bandwidth by dropping packets, the isp still counts it against you. meaning if someone was DoS'ing you you'd still be charged. Remember upload bandwidth you can control, but d/l are not controllable, other than blocking and dropping packets, effectively delaying it.
     
  3. tempralflux

    tempralflux Network Guru Member

    Sorry not related to original posters question but thanks for above advice.
     
  4. szfong

    szfong Network Guru Member

    In other words you can throttle back the outbound traffic with a reasonable limit as you check the bandwidth graphs each day/week and throttle the outbound traffic accordingly, inbound is much harder to control though... It's the exactly the same general idea, mentioned in my previous post.
     

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