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Building your own router is the best way. You can use an old rig, put linux on it, and make it a router. I just don't remember what you had to do...
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so building my own router i could manage the bandwith allocated to the various computers on my network?
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post #13 of 19
I don't know much about networking so I'm not really the person to ask. I'm still trying to learn. DuckieHo built his own router. I believe he's selling it. I don't know if it's been sold yet. Anyways, you could ask him.
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Ah, sorry for not checking. Anyways, did you PM duckieho yet?
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post #16 of 19
The Asus RT-NT16 is the router to get. Then flash TomatoUSB on it.
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post #17 of 19
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The Asus RT-NT16 is the router to get. Then flash TomatoUSB on it.
I was gonna say that Tomato and DD-WRT can both do what the OP wants using QoS.
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post #18 of 19
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OK perfect, just to clarify before i buy this willl allow me to set a certain amount of bandwith (500 mb each day) to each of the computers connceted to my router?
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post #19 of 19
QoS is for traffic shaping not bandwidth usage bucket. Tomato USB does an "access restriction". I know it's timer based but I don't know if it supports AR based on bandwidth usage.

Buy a router you can flash Tomato onto it, I suggest the Asus RT-N16.

Then put these code into the console
Code:
nvram set "ct_tcp_timeout=0 1200 20 20 20 20 10 20 20 0"
nvram set "ct_udp_timeout=10 10"
nvram set "qos_enable=1"
nvram set "qos_ack=0"
nvram set "qos_default=8"
nvram set "qos_fin=1"
nvram set "qos_icmp=1"
nvram set "qos_irates=10,10,60,90,0,70,70,70,80,1"
nvram set "qos_orates=5-20,5-20,5-25,5-80,10-80,20-80,5-80,5-80,5-90,1-1"
nvram set "qos_orules=0<<-1<d<53,37,123,3445<0<<0:10<0<DNS,Time,NTP,RSVP>0<<6<s<80<0<<<3<Remote Web Access>0<<-1<d<11999,2300:2400,6073,28800:29100,47624<0<<0:50<1<Some well known games>0<<-1<a<<0<flash<<2<Flash Video (Youtube, etc...)>0<<-1<a<<0<httpvideo<<2<HTTP Video (Youtube, etc...)>0<<6<a<<0<shoutcast<<2<Shoutcast>0<<-1<d<554,1755,5004,5005,6970:7170,8554<0<<<2<RTP,RTSP>0<<-1<d<1935,5060:5063,1719,1720,3478,3479,15000<0<<<2<RTMP,MMS,SIP,H323,STUN>0<<6<d<80,443<0<<0:256<4<WWW,SSL>0<<-1<d<25,465,563,587,110,119,143,220,993,995<0<<<5<Mail (SMTP,POP3,IMAP)>0<<-1<d<1220,1234,5100,6005,6970<0<<<2<QT,Camfrog,VLC>0<<-1<d<1502:1503,1863,3389,5061,5190:5193,7001<0<<<6<MSGR1 - Windows Live>0<<-1<d<194,1720,1730:1732,6660:6669,22555<0<<<6<MSGR2 - Chat Services>0<<-1<d<5000:5010,5050,5100,5222,5223,8000:8002<0<<<6<MSGR3 - Chat Services>0<<-1<x<20:23,6571,6891:6901<0<<256:<7<FTP,SFTP,WLM File Transfers>0<<6<d<80,443<0<<256:<7<HTTP, SSL File Transfers>0<<17<d<1:65535<0<<<9<P2P (uTP, UDP)"
nvram set "qos_pfifo=0"
nvram set "qos_reset=1"
nvram set "qos_rst=1"
nvram set "qos_syn=1"
sleep 2
nvram commit
sleep 10
reboot
Adjust upload and download speeds to what your ISP gives you less 15%(overhead) then you will be golden!
Edited by HiroPro - 8/18/11 at 9:55pm
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