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Re: Ignore lan traffic conflict with bridge

2 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Transfer from client>client or local host<>client Using TP-Link 150M Wireless N Access Point but my Lan speed maximum 400 Kb/s Attached error and version.

"Ignore LAN traffic" conflict with bridge

2 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi... I have very slow wireless network file transfer, my SPBM configure as follows: ADSL modem> Cable 5e> SPBM bridge between external and internal NIC> Cable 5e> AP> Client devices When I try to ignore LAN traffic, it gives me an error and some clients lose the connection. How I make my wireless network file transfer faster? Thanks

Re: Sharing the USB Modem Internet via laptop acting as a bridge

2 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I try many times with ICS but it's not working I get IP but there's no internet access so I decide to use a software to make this share (3G to Ethernet) Connectify It's working fine without any problems as follows: USB Modem> PC with Connectify Max> Ethernet> Cable 5e> TP-Link AP Mode> Client device Now every device connected to the AP has internet access, but the problem is wh

Re: Sharing the USB Modem Internet via laptop acting as a bridge

2 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Could you please give me an example of the rule that sharing the internet to IP range upload and download ?

Re: Sharing the USB Modem Internet via laptop acting as a bridge

2 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

QuoteAndrew If the USB modem is seen as an Ethernet device No it's not. And about ICS let me say that I have another pc with two NIC instead of my laptop and connect the USB modem, do you mean that I can share the internet with one of Ethernet acting as external network and after that make a bridge with the other Ethernet acting as internal network?

Sharing the USB Modem Internet via laptop acting as a bridge

2 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Is this possible: USB Modem> SPBM Bridge> Ethernet or Wireless NIC> Switch or Access point ? All I need to do is equal shares to my USB Modem Internet with my family through my laptop acting as SPBM Bridge. Thanks

Re: Share Wi-Fi with equal speed

4 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I want everyone speed 32kb/s even if alone on the line

Share Wi-Fi with equal speed

4 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi, I have ADSLline 2Mb/s, I need to share it with DHCP Wi-Fi clients. Meaning every clients got his own speed for example 32kb/s. Internet --- BM --- AP --- DHCP Clients, everyone with 32kb/s What is the best rule ?

Re: Block MAC After Access Point

4 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

It's all about AP configuration... In my case I have Nanostation M2 configure as AP after BM and TP-Link AP configure as Repeater. Now BM see all clients MAC after TP-Link AP. The problem was in TP-Link AP configuration, after change it to repeater every thing is going ok. Thanks

Re: Block MAC After Access Point

4 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

OK... I created a rule: Monitor Both Unlimited IPv4 based 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.254 Any Lan Tracking mode IP address for each source I search the network with SPNS and found that every pc behind the AP have the AP MAC. Now we know that the AP changed the clients MAC to the AP MAC. So what is the next step?

Re: Block MAC After Access Point

4 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I try to make this rule, but I don't know which (Protocol, Source, Destination, Tracking mode) I should chose. So please can you explain more?

Re: Block MAC After Access Point

4 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Ok... All wire clients have ip range 192.168.1.X work fine and the block rule prevent any new MAC from access to the Internet. All wireless clients after AP can access the Internet and the block rule only affect on the AP mean that I can control the whole AP bandwidth. The question here how the block rule will work with clients ip range 192.168.0.X that AP DHCP give to them? I remove al

Block MAC after access point

4 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Internet ( 192.168.1.1 ) | SPBM TP-Link AP rule .....Both 100 KB/s TCP/UDB AP W&WL MAC Any:any Lan Block all rule .........Both Blocked TCP/UDB 192.168.0.0-192.168.255.255:any Any:any Lan | TP-Link AP | WIFI ( 192.168.0.1 ) | User ( 192.168.0.x ) After the access point many users can access the Internet with the 100 KB/s speed I set. Ho

One NIC

9 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

all i need to do is server with 3 NIC for 3 ADSL lines ... ................/..Router 2........................ / PC Internet =>> Router 1 =>> Switch =>> -- PC ................\..Router 3../........| | |...........\ Switch => -- PC .......................................( BWM ).........................\ PC .........................................3 NIC this is wh

One NIC - Bridge with one card

9 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

i wanna install BWM on server with one NIC not two ( Bridge with one card ) case i have 3 ADSL lines and wanna manage them with one server and i can't find motherboard with 6 PCI slots for 6 NIC can you help ?

2 DSL lines

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

one question ... i have now 3 NIC 2 for dsl and 1 for network how can i make bridge betwen them ? i try to use the network NIC twice but it give me error thanks

LogMeIn ...Remote Software

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

no sent or received bytes in the rule statistics i make the rule and i forward the listen port in the router i disable the router firewall also i change the destination to External Nic ip ( 192.168.1.3 ) single port 2002 and no action is this normal ?

LogMeIn ...Remote Software

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

LogMeIn use port 2002

LogMeIn - Remote Software

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

i have BWM bridge mode and i install LogMeIn software to remote the Local Host from any where it works fine but slow so ... is there any rule must create for the External card ( face to internet ) for speed up ?

2 DSL lines

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

i don't have modem with USB so i try to make this with 3 NIC but i have ... 2 similar router gateway ( 192.168.1.1 ) 4 different DNS servers 2 for each router so... 1 . can i give each internet nic the same gateway ? 2 . what is the DNS servers configer for the network nic ? 3 . is this make equal ... i mean when the client request the connection he get it form the 2 lines in the same time

XP VPN Server

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

sorry for that but .... all i mean is the BWM support with XP VPN Server ? or let me say if i setup XP VPN Server or another VPN Server software and make all users VPN Clients can i after that install BWM and limit all VPN Clients bandwidth ?

XP VPN Server

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

i have BWM bridge mode as block all expect other runing on XP SP2 ... the internal NIC IP is 10.0.0.9 and no gateway so can i setup XP VPN Server and give the clients username and password for access with the defult job of BWM ? If Not .... 1-how can i setup XP VPN Server with BWM ? 2-what VPN Server Software work with BWM ?

Web Browsing Speed

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

i have BWM bridge mode with 120 rule for limited speed , all of them like this to each client Download 16 Kb/s Upload 8 Kb/s all i need to know is this speed for all things that client use web browsing , file download , online streaming ... and can't exceed this speed , or only for file download ..... and when he use web browsing or online streaming can exceed this speed ? if th

Block All Except Others With Kerio

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I'm using BWM bridge mode .... I block all MAC except i open in my rules so .... Can i install Kerio Winroute Firewall with BWM and make the same thing ?

2 DSL lines

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I have 2 DSL lines with 2 Routers each one is 2 Mb/s All i need is connect the 2 lines to bandwidth manager as external ( face to router ) And get 1 out line to the network with 1 Gateway as internal ( face to switch ) How many network adapters i need ? Wat is the IP range i'll use ? please help

Re: Block all users except allowed by specific MAC address

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

system failure i think it's form the first rule 1# Protocol: IP Based Direction: Both Rate: Unlimited Source: 10.0.0.0-10.0.0.255 Destination: 10.0.0.0-10.0.0.255 Interface: LAN (which is connected to internal network i remove it and every thing is going ok but not the network speed it's very slow so... is there any rule for high lan speed dont' make conflict with the last rule

Block Hack TCP UDP Ports ....

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

good solve i'll check that thanks

Re: Block all users except allowed by specific MAC address

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

i try this i think it's work great but i found some problems like slow connection and system failure.... i have Pc with 2 lan card and Windows Server 2003 R2 and this is my rules first at the top for lan speed ( Network file share speed ) 1# Protocol: IP Based Direction: Both Rate: Unlimited Source: 10.0.0.0-10.0.0.255 Destination: 10.0.0.0-10.0.0.255 Interface: LAN (which is conn

Block Hack TCP UDP Ports ....

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

thanks Andrew but one more thing is this disable the NetCut work over all users ? or should i make new rule for this.....

Block Hack TCP UDP Ports

11 years ago, by lmpzkt in Bandwidth Manager Forum

i wanna block some tcp udp ports like port 137 - NetBios Name(DoS attack) port 138 - NetBios Datagram(DoS attack) port 139 - (TCP) Netbios session (DoS attacks) port 139 - (UDP) Netbios session (DoS attacks) to make all users after BWM Pc ( face to LAN ) safe can you please give me the rules