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allocate full bandwidth for ftp

Posted on 2009-07-01
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i have a server on 24/7 and doing some download. and i setup an FTP with the same network. how to allocate full bandwidth for ftp when there is some upload happen to my ftp server.
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Not sure exactly what are you asking for, but you could be looking for "traffic shaping" solution...
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i using one internet conection. with 2 server. one server doing download all the time. onther is FTP server.
someting my FTP server received some file. and it quite slow because the download server take most of the bandwidth.
how to  allocate full bandwidth for the FTP server when then FTP received file.
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Huh... So...
You have an internet connection, and you are using a router (or a shared connection from one of those machines) to have internet on both machines. One is constantly downloading (taking dnl and a small part of upl bandwidth) and the other cannot have a full upl bandwidth, and you want it to have priority when somebody starts to upload something (which is a kind of download looking from your point of view)...
Yes, this looks like traffic shaping...
I never done it between computers, I used it to prioritize bandwidth for some applications over some others on one machine.
This could be the software you need (if you use ICS, and not router/switch):

http://bandwidthcontroller.com/trafficShaperXp.html
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