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From: Lars Gaarden (larsgtrustix.com)
Date: Thu Mar 08 2001 - 19:06:02 CST
Elliot Lee wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Mar 2001, Chris Evans wrote:
>> Ouch. I wasn't aware it was a big requirement, I'll add it to the TODO.
>> Doesn't this sort of policy belong outside an ftpd, though? vsftpd can now
>> run with all PORT connections coming from port 20 and all PASV connections
>> being restricted to an admin settable port range. That should be
>> sufficient to use Linux kernel firewall + QoS to set limits.
> How would you handle bandwidth restrictions on a per-user or per-group
Or bandwith restrictions per domain.
Say you have an FTP server at a large university in .cc, and you want
to do the following:
Allow a lot of bandwith for clients coming from university.cc.
Blood is thicker than water, give decent bandwith to clients from .cc.
Starve the rest of the world.