I've read latrc, but it seems very complicated for me. This is the situation that I'm trying to solve:
I have LAN with 15 hosts.
I have an ISP that provides internet via LAN, 4KBps, 150MB monthly traffic.
How can I build a gateway (+proxy?) that can:
-provide internet to only 4 hosts;
-reduce the bandwith to 2KBps per host (if 2 are up and downloading, that mean that the whole channel will be used);
-stop the routing if the 150MB monthly traffic is made.
The gateway has real IP if that helps. So here is the way I think these objects can be done:
-NAT (or ipmasq?) to the 4 hosts, and write others in hosts.deny;
-i don't know.
Can all of that be done with the Slackware 9 default kernell (bare.i, 2.4.20) or I need to precompile one?
Please don't give me a link to the latrc, I've read it, there are a lot of strange commands (ip: command not found) and things.. and the whole tutorial is based on that command.. so everything else will be welcomed.
Thanks in advance