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konung
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« on: Wednesday 21 January 2009, 04:26:46 am »

Hi All.

I'm trying to figure out if these feature are supported in Endian (like enterprise version or something, I used Endian Community 2.1 for a bit, but couldn't get to work the way I wanted)

What' I'm wondering if it's possible to do the following things in Endian (may be through CLI if not GUI)

1) vlan support

2) bandwith capping / speed limiting - i.e. I have T1 line and an IPSEC link to remote office. I want to make sure that 1/3 of my availble T1 bandwith is deidacted to IPSEC link and that link only. So that I alway get 500kbs on to our remote office. Right now there is traffic shaping - that I can use to prioritize traffice based on app, but I want to go one step futher.

3) traffic monitoring - I want to see if anybody is doing anything illegal - like downloading illegal music or looking at the porn sites. I want to be able to see who is consuming all the bandwith and why.

Thank you!
Nick

 
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« Reply #1 on: Friday 13 February 2009, 09:20:29 am »

Hy

VLAN is supported in the enterprise version appliance or Software.

Bandwith can only be manged by port and priority.

Monitoring is included, when you use the proxy with authentication.

kind regards

ostmc
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