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Old 11-09-2010, 06:03 PM   #1
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squid aggregate / individual


I have set some squid delay pools but am not sure whether these affect the overall server or the individual.
I want the proxy server bandwidth to be unlimited but each individual user set to 1Mbps maximum.

1 Aggregate and individual Unlimited Unlimited=20
2 Aggregate and individual 32000/sec, 150000 max 32000/sec, 120000 max=20
3 Aggregate 64000/sec, 128000 max=20
 
  


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