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I am looking for an app that I can use to shape traffic (http) based on url any recommendations ?
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by:Randy Poole
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Can you elaborate on this please. Such as examples etc..
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by:shadow2007
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well I would like to have certain url get priority bandwidth and others very low prioty bandwith can this be achieved ?
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by:gheist
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NGINX has it built in, Apache needs extra module.
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by:shadow2007
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This is for LAN user outbound http requests not for a webserver
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You need to buy expensive content filtering firewall or force all users to explicitly use squid proxy (or any other free proxy)

What problem are you trying to solve?
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by:shadow2007
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discourage employees from wasting time on non-work related sites but I do not want them to know its being blocked ...I only want to make it so slow they give up trying to surf other sites
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Could it be an idea - let first megabyte through and then clamp to 20kbps?
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What kind of servers are you running?
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