Greg.Whynott at oicr.on.ca
Thu Aug 5 19:03:27 UTC 2010
I am fairly sure Squid has the concept of bandwidth pools which you can apply via ACLs within the squid conf.
That may meet your proxy requirements but would not help with traffic not being proxied.
Squid will also allow you to define access to the inet based on ACLs which can use various things to determine which policy will be applied to the connection. eg, client src IP, client username, time of day, regx…
you may find it here:
On Aug 5, 2010, at 2:45 PM, Joshua William Klubi wrote:
> Is there any one with an idea of an open source packeteer or bandwidth
> management solution like Allot NetEnforcer Bandwidth Management Appliance.
> Which can do proxy services and also allocate bandwidth to certain websites
> and staff, prevent them from viewing certain websites
> We currently have Microsoft TMG 2010 with GFI Web monitor 2009 installed on
> it, we are looking for a solution possible from open source.Which can
> replace it.
> I actually want it as a proxy server and use it to shape, allocate and
> restrict access to certain websites of our staff.
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