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Topic # 52426 3-Dec-2009 22:16
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Hi,

A while back I had a post about changing my network around. I have purchased a Linksys WRT54GL and put the latest version of the TeddyBear mod of Tomato. Internet is working fine, however I can't configure what I want.

What I would like to do is work out how limit and/or (preferrably) monitor the bandwith per user. It would be best if I can do this on a MAC address basis.

If needed, I am happy to change which mod of Tomato I am using.

Thanks.

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  Reply # 281935 13-Dec-2009 13:33
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Anyone got any ideas?

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  Reply # 281945 13-Dec-2009 14:29
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Sounds like you are looking for this
http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showthread.php?t=58571

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 281949 13-Dec-2009 14:48
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Yep only Vicket;s mod/firmware of tomato supports IP/MAC Bandwidth limiting.




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  Reply # 281954 13-Dec-2009 15:06
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I am also wondering do you actually need to restrict per user?

Usually setting up QoS per class (usually port/protocol) gives a better result.




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  Reply # 282071 14-Dec-2009 00:32
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Thanks. I tried Vicet's RAF Tomato mod, however when I went to upgrade the firmware, it came up with "File contains an invalid header
Please wait while the router reboots... "

Any ideas?



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  Reply # 282073 14-Dec-2009 00:58
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I found this:

http://www.gargoyle-router.com

It does EXACTLY what I want to do. Limit each IP address to a set amount of data, resetting on a specific day on the month

http://www.gargoyle-router.com/wiki/lib/exe/detail.php?id=screenshots&media=screenshots:14_quotas.jpg

I'm a little cautious however as I have never heard of this firmware before.

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  Reply # 282077 14-Dec-2009 02:09
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I just tried the gargoyle firmware and looks very good indeed. Might stick to it actually.




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  Reply # 282769 15-Dec-2009 16:24
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Yeah Gargoyle is working great so far!

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  Reply # 282771 15-Dec-2009 16:25
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I really like the 'Web Usage" function.




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  Reply # 282773 15-Dec-2009 16:28
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Yeah I liked that, until I clicked on one of the pages my flatmate has been visiting... EEEWWWWW!!!!!

Nah seriously though, it's brilliant. I'm tracking all the data all the flatemates use via static IP's, and at the end of the billing month I'm going to set some caps.

I also like the support forums. They guy who created Gargoyle actually actively posts and acts on bugs.

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