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Limit bandwidth with NAM


The main goal, is to be able to "assign" a maximum (or fixed) bandwidth
available to a vhost.
Is it possible to configure or add some apache mod (like mod_bw) to NAM
configuration (version 3.2)?
If not possible. Can anyone suggest a configuration that is able to
limit the bandwidth available to the web services exposed by NAM?

Thanks
Sandro


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Re: Limit bandwidth with NAM

pellerano wrote:

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> The main goal, is to be able to "assign" a maximum (or fixed)
> bandwidth available to a vhost.
> Is it possible to configure or add some apache mod (like mod_bw) to
> NAM configuration (version 3.2)?
> If not possible. Can anyone suggest a configuration that is able to
> limit the bandwidth available to the web services exposed by NAM?


NAM can't do it, you could try to use mod_bw but no doubt it'll void
support on your solution or it becomes a 'best effort basis' I reckon.
If you're looking for a solution outside NAM then Packeteer comes to
mind. THey have an appliance that allows you to do packet
shaping/bandwidth throttling.

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Cheers,
Edward
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