I'm looking into the possibility of getting cablemodem, and after a while
of talking to the company I've decided to go with ipmasquerading and 2
boxes behind my linux gateway box (getting more IPs was 4x the cost of a
single IP account, no matter how many I wanted).
Anyways, the ISP has a limit of 63mb of traffic in a 3 hour period, and I
have to pay $2 for every mb I go over. Normally, I don't think this would
be an issue for me, but I do occasionally do large downloads (greater than
63mb), and was wondering if there is a way to limit the speed I can
download things at once I get close the the 63mb limit, but not totally
drop connection (keep ftp session alive, but make it go slower). Is there
a way to bottleneck my bandwidth using ip accounting?
Adam Lazur - Computer Engineering Undergrad - Lehigh University
icq# 3354423 - http://www.lehigh.edu/~ajl4/