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Old 11-16-2004, 06:56 AM   #1
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Default Different limits for external / internal traffic?


I want to setup ioFtpd with different limiting rules.

All external traffic is limited toa set kb/s

All Internal traffic on 192.168.* has no limit..

I tried to use differents setups... but didnt mange to get it working with devices. Any tips or hints ?
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Old 11-16-2004, 01:59 PM   #2
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this *should* work.

note: requires registered version

find and edit / add these sections, text in bold you can change to; suit your needs

Host =
Ports = 1024-2048
Random = True
;Global_Inbound_Bandwidth = 10000
;Global_Outbound_Bandwidth = 10000
;Client_Inbound_Bandwidth = 100 [*registered version*]
;Client_Outbound_Bandwidth = 50 [*registered version*]
;Bind =

Host =
Ports = 1024-2048
Random = True
Global_Inbound_Bandwidth = 50
Global_Outbound_Bandwidth = 50
;Client_Inbound_Bandwidth = 100 [*registered version*]
;Client_Outbound_Bandwidth = 50 [*registered version*]
;Bind =

Type = FTP
Device_Name = INTERNET
Port = 21
Description = My internet FTP service
User_Limit = 10
Allowed_Users = *
Messages = ..\text\ftp

Type = FTP
Port = 22
Description = My internal FTP service
User_Limit = 10
Allowed_Users = i !*
Messages = ..\text\ftp


Active_Services = FTP_Service internal_FTP_Service

now if you give a user flag +i he is allowed to use internal ip server, otherwise he isn't. and likewise you could make a setting to prevent internal lan users unable to login via the internet ip.

i hope that helps
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