The rate of data transfer. Bandwidth usually refers to Internet but it can also apply to other systems like the motherboard.

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Can you throttle the bandwidth to a tmpfs based ramdisk?

I created a ramdisk using tmpfs as follows: sudo mount -t tmpfs -o size=1024m tmpfs /myramdisk I was looking into cgroup blkio subsystem bandwidth limits "read_bps_device" and "write_bps_device" ...
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Limiting download speed based on other LAN traffic

I'm kind of new to Linux (but learning) so bare with me if I say something stupid :P. I'm currently running an Ubuntu fileserver which automates a whole bunch of downloading tasks. At present it is ...
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Efficient way to download binary from server

I am using a remote machine to compile a project. When it finishes building, I use scp to copy the archive to a local machine. This worked fine till I was on broadband. Now I am using a 3G ...
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reduce bandwidth consumption from downloading yum updates

I have several machines (7) running fedora and would like to reduce the amount of external bandwidth I am consuming. I see that there were several attempts to setup mirrors, but those projects seem ...
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How might I log my Internet traffic, grouped by IP address/hostname, port, etc?

While I'm going to be switching to a slightly saner plan soon, being stuck on a 5GB monthly bandwidth cap has made me very data-conscious, and I'm looking for a way to log my Internet usage in such a ...
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X Window Over network

What makes X Window or X11 protocol use a lot of bandwidth when used over a network (LTSP, etc.)? I've tried to read some docs but I can't find the answer
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Bandwidth throttling per user group

I am wondering if it is possible to create a bandwidth shaping/throttling script that shapes traffic based on user group. That is, if user1, user2, are in user group group1, they will have 1mb/s ...
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WiFi Connection to ADSL Modem based on MAC

Recently my desktop machine is under attack and someone is leeching my DSL bandwidth. After consultation I find out I can tell my modem to only accept wifi connection according to system MAC address. ...
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tc cbq doesn't work (no traffic limitation)

I've been trying to use cbq weight attributes after HTB failed to do so. I've tried using a command set I've found in an example just to verify it works (HTB works fluently) Here are the commands I ...
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Redirect all non-local traffic to a socks proxy

Is it possible to redirect all non-local traffic to a socks proxy? so, for example i have: 4 computers (clients A-D: 10.0.0.1-4 or dhcp) 1 computer with 2 network cards (gateway-server, eth0: ...
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How frequently are updates sent to a VNC client?

I am trying to understand how the VNC mechanism works. The RFB protocol 3.8 specifications say : The update protocol is demand-driven by the client. That is, an update is only sent from the ...
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Does mosh save bandwith?

The mobile shell claims many benefits, especially with mobile connections. Many mobile plan prices scale with the amount of data transferred. So I wonder whether I can use Mosh to cut down in data ...
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How to exclude LAN traffic with iptraf-ng?

I'd like to use iptraf-ng to see how much data my machine is sending/receiving from the Internet, but I want to exclude traffic on my LAN as I am only interested in data going off-site. I have ...
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How to limit network bandwidth after some data transferred?

So the question is in the name of topic. How to limit bandwidth I know. Using tc. But how to do so after, for example, traffic had reached 500MB. And after some time reset the limits.
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How to fairly share bandwidth between IPs with tc?

I have a linux router (d-link 320-nru) with tc installed. I have some users' computers to fairly share bandwidth between them. Also there is such complication as inconstant uplink bandwidth. How can ...
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A single NIC has multiple IPs. Is it possible to throttle the speed per IP?

By "is it possible", I mean: does a solution (software, set of instructions, ..etc) already exists to accomplish this?
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conntrack -E - traffic counter reporting

I'm currently in the process of writing small solution which would continuously receive output from conntrack -E command and along with some other stats, it would count/monitor traffic. The only ...
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Prioritize virtual machine bandwidth

I installed a Windows Server 2012 virtual machine (VM Ware Workstation) on my Debian server that I rented (to which I have SSH access only, and which is in another city with over 1 GB bandwidth) to ...
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Bandwidth stats on wifi for each network?

Is it posible to have the bandwidth usage of the wifi connection for each network I use? Currently I have vnstat instaled on my MacBook Pro retina runing Yosemite. It works well but I have the usage ...
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home directory restriction

I am in serious doubt and need to implement to specific area Scenario A normal user , he can create file and folder in his home directory .he wouldn't not permitted to delete folder and file ...
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variable bandwith on network interfaces by testing from iperf tool:

I am using iperf tool to benchmark my network interfaces on two identical machines (Dell Blade Server M620). Both have given different results. On 1st machine, I ran server and clients as: Server ...
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How to calculate idle time in Class Based Queueing (CBQ)( in TC Command)

I found this LINK, manual for the tc-cbq command in linux. But couldn't understand, how to calculate the avg idle time and some other parameters like allot bytes, avpkt bytes. How these are ...
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Retrieving the total bandwidth capacity

I've been looking around for a convenient way to measure the total bandwidth capacity of a *NIX workstation and found a number of monitoring tools here. However, they are of little use in determining ...
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Is it possible to control and limit the transfer speed of a Ethernet TCP/IP via command?

I'm suffering from some "low data transfer" from a device running Embedded Linux to my computer. I'm aware that it has some hardware limitations that could be strangling the speed (e.g. 372 Mhz ...
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How do I measure the amount of network traffic that passed my debian installation?

So my raspberry pi is acting as a Router and Web/Mail/FTP/SQL/Media/Clash of Clans/Home server right now and I'm looking for a way to monitor the consumed bandwidth, much like NetWorx for windows. I ...
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LAMP CentOS page/folder Outbound Inbound bandwidth monitor

I have a site, the server provide only allow 2000GB/month ($0.02/GB extra). I have monitor the bandwidth in my control panel, every day, i have about 12GB Inbound, but 100GB+ Outbound, a number very ...
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Capacities on Load-balancer & Web Servers? Bandwidth + Performance

I'm on DigitalOcean and I have a very simple scenario for my website. Now having 3000 concurrent hits every minutes. (For example) Currently it is directly on 1 only single Apache Server. The ...