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Date:      Thu, 22 Jan 2004 12:19:17 +0800
From:      Ganbold <ganbold@micom.mng.net>
To:        freebsd-ipfw@freebsd.org
Cc:        rizzo@icir.org
Subject:   Bandwidth limiting for eMule ports
Message-ID:  <6.0.1.1.2.20040122120552.0293bd20@202.179.0.80>

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Hi,

I'm still having trouble limiting bandwidth for emule ports using dummynet 
features.
I'm using FreeBSD 5.2-current machine for firewall. It has 2 Intel pro 100 
cards and it is configured as a bridge.

I'm doing bandwidth limiting in the following way:

# eMule
${fwcmd} pipe 59 config bw 256kbit/s
${fwcmd} pipe 60 config bw 256kbit/s
${fwcmd} pipe 61 config bw 128kbit/s

${fwcmd} add 80 pipe 59 ip from 202.179.x.x/19 to any 
2323,4242,4243,4661-4672,7700-7800
${fwcmd} add 81 pipe 60 ip from any 2323,4242,4243,4661-4672,7700-7800 to 
202.179.x.x/19
${fwcmd} add 82 pipe 61 ip from any to 202.179.x.x/19 
2323,4242,4243,4661-4672,7700-7800

Am I doing right? For what NIC should I implement filtering, outside or 
inside interface?
When I see MRTG graphs for ipfw it still shows bandwidth more than it 
supposed to:(

I really hope somebody in this list point me to the right direction.

thanks in advance,

Ganbold



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