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Allocating Badwidth by IP Address Pix?

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Does anyone know how to allocate bandwidth based on ip addresses on a PIX firewall?  I have 5 servers, all connected to a switch, which is connected to a pix firewall before exiting the building.  I need to split the bandwidth up and allocate certain portions of my pipe to several of the servers.  Is this possible?
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I am pretty sure the pix has the capability.  I do not want to govern this by software on a server.
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