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Re: Delay Pools don't work

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On 22/06/11 20:36, Romag wrote:
Hi at all,
i need to limit the bandwith of my subnet (10 subnet) and i try to use
Delay Pool for this..if i use a Delay Pool for all the net it's works
very well, but if i specify a ACL for any subnet the limit don't
work..

My stub of configuration is:

acl SUBNET1 src IP/SUBNET
acl SUBNET2 src IP/SUBNET

delay_pools 1
delay_class 1 3
delay_access 1 allow SUBNET1
delay_access 1 deny all
delay_parameters 1 64000/64000 -1/-1 16000/64000

whole network bandwidth is limited to 64,000 bytes/sec (note that is bytes) shared between all machines listed in SUBNET1 ACL.

No limitation on /24 subnet.

any one machine (/32) is allowed to consume up to 16000 bytes/sec from the Internet.


But the bandwith is not limited.. i need to limit some subnet to 1Mbps
and some to 2Mbps and no limit for localnet.

Thanks!

By "dont work" you mean what?
NP: keeping in mind that delay_pool only affects traffic fetched from peers or DIRECT from origins. Cache HIT are not delayed.

Which version of Squid are you using ?

Are you sure the machine IP is in SUBNET1 ?
(sorry if that seems dumb, but it happens sometimes that testers are using localhost and trying to match global IPs. Or the reverse)

Amos
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Please be using
  Current Stable Squid 2.7.STABLE9 or 3.1.12
  Beta testers wanted for 3.2.0.9 and 3.1.12.3


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