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tekle



Joined: 30 Aug 2014
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2014 12:46 pm    Post subject: Zero Shell QOS Reply with quote

I am new to the forum . We have an ISP and getting difficult to manage the traffic. I have setup the zeroshell in a power full PC for testing. Currently
> 1. We have 2 MB downlink and 768Kbps up link
> 2. we have around 60 cyber cafe an average of 15 PC connected
> 3. Leased line and dialup customers.
>
> Hence, our customers or our priorities to give
> 1. Facebook (https://m.facebook/ https://facebook.com HIGH
> 2. https://gmailand https://yahoomail HIGH
> 3. yahoo messenger HIGH
> 4. Any Medium or LOW
> We would like to configure items 1, 2 and 3 with 512 kbps downlink and 128 kbps uplink each,the remaining bandwidth for the rest services, I need the following
> a. at least on configuration steps by step for item 1 - 3
> b. How to generate report daily weekly, monthly for each QOS of item 1, 2 and 3 independently
> c. Does zero shell QOS support for https traffic.
>
> I have pass through the documentation and the site, however, I didn't get answer for the above queries. I have installed Zeroshell 3.1
Internet ----Cisco Router--------ZeroShell------LAN
> Thank you very much.
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