I've read through toastman's really informative and long post on QoS, but I don't need that level of granular control. Is there any simple way to just set a global bandwidth limit for each static DHCP ip address/MAC address? For example, say my PC computer at 192.168.1.103, I want to give it just maximum 700kb/s download, 100kb/s upload. I don't care how that user uses the bandwidth allocation (p2p, email, etc) but just want to limit the overall bandwidth for that particular user. Also, say I wanted to block/limit bandwidth to 1kb/s for all non http/mail traffic, such as p2p activity from bittorent for a specific local IP address/mac address how can I do this?