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Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I'm currently with more than 1000 users and need a more robust system. Thank all the friends of the forum. I will still follow the development of the BWM, but only I will use it for small applications. Cheers Lucas Alexandre

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

QuoteAndrew said:Hi guys, thank for all these comments. Let me reassure you that I myself and BWM are alive and well smiling smiley I have collected most of your wishes, and I said earlier I am working on BWM 3.0. It's not a trivial task and it's very time consuming, yet I am hoping to roll out this release in the second half of 2010. In the meantime, if you would like to, please test the late

Re: Restoring traffic statistics

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi... Traffic stats are written on "bwmsvc.db" in BWM folder... backup this file before re-installing BWM After this, stop the service and copy the file again to the folder.... then start the service. Cheers

Max number of rules.

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

In this topic

Max number of rules.

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I don't know a idea about the max number of rules... I have many rules too (954) My system: Windows 2003 Server with 3GB RAM (Processor Intel Core 2 Duo)

Block rule also blocks DHCP, why?

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

In this version it is not possible. If you want to control the transfer rates individually, you need to create a rule to every user on your network. Maybe in version 3.0 (we are waiting) it can be possible....

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Bob, I agree with you in parts. The software is amazing and still serves to me completely so far. But the development is stopped in time. At least it would be great if we had any news from the developer. "New versions only in june of 2011"... or "The software will be discontinued"... anyway, one notice to stop or remain expectations. After all, there was an expectation tha

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Almost 2011. Where beta of BWM 3.0? Others apps like Networx have one or more releases every month!

Limit a Lan Speed

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Very good my friend moro666 Good to see you helping people on the forum.

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

7 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi Andrew, Are you almost finishing the work on BWM 3.0 Beta? I'm crazy to test the new version. Thanks

Re: Permitting access to a service only for enabled customers

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

lol... I am feel like a dumb My question is: in this form, this customer will access the DNS Service througth 256 KBPS ok? ex: RULE 1: JOHN (CUSTOMER) TRANSFER RATE: 256 KBPS SOURCE: 10.10.10.1 - PORT ALL DESTINATION: ALL - ALL Is possible the rule1 access DNS through UNLIMITED without create two rules like this ex: RULE 1: JOHN (CUSTOMER) - DNS TRANSFER RATE: UNLIMITED SOURC

Permitting access to a service only for enabled customers

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi Andrew, Is possible to permit access to a service only for enabled customers? Ex: RULE 1: ACCESS TO A DNS SERVICE TRANSFER RATE: UNLIMITED SOURCE: 10.10.10.1 TO 10.10.10.253 - PORT: ALL (is possible to change this to only enabled customers???) DESTINATION: LOCALHOST (SERVER 10.10.10.254) - PORT: 53 RULE 2: JOHN (CUSTOMER) TRANSFER RATE: 256 KBPS SOURCE: 10.10.10.1 - PORT

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Leoco, But, with NAT I will share the WAN ip for all of my "private" clients... I have one subnet of "valid ip" but it is not on the same subnet of the gateway: 201.65.64.192/28 (valid ip) 187.029.016.1/24 (valid ip) my gateway: 189.23.77.233

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I don't know how to do this work.

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I need to do it (initially) with BWM disabled... and do it on windows using routes... see my example: MY TESTS: MY SERVER WITH BWM (No bridging - all of bwm rules dissabled): LAN1: (connected to a ISP router) IP: 189.23.77.234 MASK: 255.255.255.252 GATEWAY: 189.23.77.233 DNS: OPENDNS LAN 2: (connected to switch) 187.29.16.1 255.255.255.0 I create a Static route on the ser

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi I need to make it work with BWM disabled. (only doing routing). I will use Bwm only for throttle the public ip's that I will give to my customers Thanks

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi Leoco, Yes, I have sucess with Bridging, but I have to do this without bridge. Thanks!

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Somebody help!

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hahahaha... but you understand what I want?

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

anybody??

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi Andrew! I try to explain better... My Network: LAN1 Server With BWM ----> WAN (ISP) Customers ----> Switch ----> LAN2 Server With BWM My ISP gave to me a pool of 254 Valid IP in this subnet: 187.029.016.0/24 I need to distribute a public ip on this pool for some of my clients... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I am doing these tests, but no sucess... SERVER: LAN 1 - Connected to Internet (and working fine) 189.23.77.234 255.255.255.252 189.23.77.233 DNS1: OPENDNS DNS2: OPENDNS LAN 2 - Connected to my Local Lan 187.29.16.1 255.255.255.0 STATIC ROUTE ON SERVER: route ADD 187.29.16.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 189.23.77.233 -p --------------------------------------------------------------

Pass Public IP with BWM using Routes

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi Guys, How I pass public IP's to my customers using routes? I have three Pool's IP and only one Gateway 189.23.77.234/30 189.23.77.233 GW 201.65.64.192/28 187.029.016.1/24 How do it on windows?

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Wow.... this is very good news. Thank you very much! What I can, I will do to help you. (Donating always that possible... helping on the forum, suggesting features, reporting bugs and seeking on internet for stolen serial keys and report it to andrew by email to put in BWM code for blacklist these stolen keys)

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I think that according the order rules of BWM product, we wil have to pay for this upgrade.

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi Andrew! Thanks for the news!!

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I think that is the time of Andrew give some news for us. A little feedback about the future of BWM Scene.

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Andrew, Please, give some feedback about your work (new version of bwm and new product called "captive portal" Cheers Lucas Alexandre

Adapter "Local Area Connection" error message

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi! See this changelog: BWM not have version 2.15... Cheers Lucas Alexandre

Suggestions for the new BWM 3.0

8 years ago, by Lucas Alexandre in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi Andrew I want to do some modifications on my WISP... basically I want to change dynamic allocation or transfer rates based on timetable during the day without create two rules... I think that is not possible on this version... During the write of this text, I go back to above and I saw that I sugested this: 5- Feature "Timetable" to permit changes in rates in the specif