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Offline lamechzapanta

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CP User account dedicated bandwidth
« on: July 02, 2012, 11:01:47 pm »
hello,

i would like to ask if it's possible in captive portal to allocate each voucher the desired bandwidth?
for example:

voucher1  = 2mbps download/upload
voucer3    = 4mbps download/upload

thanks in advance.

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Re: CP User account dedicated bandwidth
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2012, 02:16:12 am »
Currently not possible in the open source code.
There have been customization for clients requesting this.

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Re: CP User account dedicated bandwidth
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2012, 03:08:39 am »
hello,

i would like to ask if it's possible in captive portal to allocate each voucher the desired bandwidth?
for example:

voucher1  = 2mbps download/upload
voucer3    = 4mbps download/upload

thanks in advance.

It is possible with freeradius2 package but then you are not able to use vouchers anymore - just username and password which you need to configure in freeradius2 package.

Offline Alan87i

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Re: CP User account dedicated bandwidth
« Reply #3 on: July 03, 2012, 01:36:02 pm »
Just don't set user bandwidth daily/weekly/monthly.
As of yet PF doesn't send the traffic data correctly. 50Mb could be counted as over 200 MB. BAndwidthD seems to be just as bad off.
But using freeradius2 to limit speed works fine right now.

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Re: CP User account dedicated bandwidth
« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2012, 01:45:38 pm »
Just don't set user bandwidth daily/weekly/monthly.
As of yet PF doesn't send the traffic data correctly. 50Mb could be counted as over 200 MB. BAndwidthD seems to be just as bad off.
But using freeradius2 to limit speed works fine right now.

Please don't mix up different things. The fact you are talking about is limit the amount of traffic. You want to stop access after a user downloaded 500MB. This is not related to that topic!

What he is talking about is bandwidth limitation. He wants that a user is always having 2MBit/s download and 1MBit/s upload but another user should have different limitations!