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ET/BWMgr rpm

Hi,

I have  tried  to  search for  ET/BWMgr  rpm  but i can not  get . Does anybody  have  a Ulr  i can download it  from. Or  send me the  rpm on my e-mail.

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Hi abakhrani,
Its a licenced product you have to purchase it and pay for the licence

Buying the ET/BWMGR Software

If you decide that you want to purchase the bandwidth manager, you can just replace the demo keyword with your activation key and you'll be ready to go. Make certain the bandwidth manager works on your system before you purchase. There are no refunds.

To purchase an activation key, you MUST use the secure online ordering form.

If you have other questions, send e-mail to support@etinc.com

From http://www.etinc.com/index.php?page=bwmgrfaq.htm#payment

PeteL
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
How do I get the Bandwidth Manager?

The ET/BWMGR drivers for FreeBSD and LINUX are available for download from our FTP site. The link to the demo below points to the latest release. If we are in beta on a new release, usually the latest stable beta will be offered (illustrating any new features). If you are evaluating the software for the first time, you should be able to run the beta safely. If you would prefer to run the lastest release, you can go to the "Drivers/Updates" section on our web site to download the appropriate release.

See the bwmgr demo page for specific info on obtaining the ET/BWMGR software.

http://www.etinc.com/index.php?page=bwmgrfaq.htm#getbwmgr
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