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Need a router to limit speed and give quotas based on IP addresses
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Either an ADSL router, or a router that can take an ADSL modem. Whatevers cheaper. I've got unlimited datapacks available with Telstraclear and 6 computers on the property doing god knows what.
Can anyone recommend something cheap and good in NZ?
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linksys am310 or dse xh9949 in half bridge mode with linksys wrt54-gl with gargoyle router firmware loaded.
Do whatever you want to do man.
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or perhaps a cheaper and easier way is install wingate 6 on a pc or laptop and force everyone to connect to the web via the proxy.. since its used in cafes to control quotas and gives more control and features as well.
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Drop two LAN cards into an old PC and install monowall or pfSense, setup the ADSL modem in half bridge and use the old PC as the firewall/router/traffic shaper.
Qualified in business, certified in fibre, stuck in copper, have to keep going ^_^
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