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[DeleGate-En] Re: delegate feature
31 Dec 2014 05:20:12 GMT Sergey Cher <p7ijqbdyi-t75q7lvnaxjr.ml@ml.delegate.org>


plz make this in next update
speed limit with SOKCS and per user, not per server.

2014-12-27 10:36 GMT+02:00 佐藤豊 <y.sato@aist.go.jp>:

> Serg,
>
> Seeking the archive of ML and the reference manual, I found an option to
> choke data transmission with MAXIMA=bps:128k or so.  It seems applicable
> only to HTTP and FTP.  And since it can be used as a MOUNT option, maybe
> choking regarding the destination server or source client, possibly based
> on proxy authentication, is possible.
>
> But unfortunately, it seems not applicable to SOCKS, or HTTPS (over
> SSL-tunnel) .
>
> Yutaka
>
> 2014-12-26 11:32 GMT+09:00 Sergey Cher <p7ijqbdyi-t75q7lvnaxjr.ml@ml.delegate.org>:
>
>> Hello Yutaka,
>> i would love too see SOCK and http/https proto with limits and etc
>> per user - by authentication, you are right.
>> speed limit, yes, bandwidth limit/bandwidth total or Mbits - all this is
>> good.
>>
>> limits are needed for users, some times 1 user use more server, then 2nd
>> dosnt have nedded resourses at all
>> Tnx.
>>
>>
>> 2000-00-00 0:0X GMT+02:00 佐藤豊 <y.sato@aist.go.jp>:
>>
>>> Hi Serg,
>>>
>>> Tell me more about your case to make the requirement clear.
>>>
>>> - The application protocol you use
>>> - What does the "per user" means; Is "user" identified by authentication?
>>> - What does the "speed" means, as MBytes per minute or so
>>>
>>> Cheers from Japan,
>>> Yutaka
>>>
>>>
>>> 2014-12-25 22:04 GMT+09:00 Sergey Cher <p7ijqbdyi-t75q7lvnaxjr.ml@ml.delegate.org>:
>>>
>>>> Hello Yutaka,
>>>>
>>>> can you please make per user speed limit in Delegate sofrware ?
>>>> Thank you for you great soft.
>>>>
>>>> Serg,
>>>> A Delegate fan.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>
>


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