See default bwctld.limits file
for examples of use
This limit is only useful if the class is assigned to a netmask. It is used to limit specific IP/netmask identities to only encrypted or authenticated mode transactions (
) or to allow open mode (
Allow TCP Iperf tests for userclass.
Allow UDP Iperf tests for userclass.
Maximum amount of bandwidth to allow userclass to use in a UDP Iperf test. 0 indicates unlimited by policy, but remember this is checked all the way to the root of the hierarchy. (If you want an unlimited userclass, your root must be unlimited, and the whole path down to the given userclass.)
Maximum duration of a single Iperf test for this user-class.
Maximum window into the future to look when trying to schedule a test for this userclass.
The first limit line cannot have a parent since none have been defined yet. As such, the first line defines the root of your class hierarchy. All remaining limit lines MUST assign a parent. (It is hierarchical, after all.)
Maximum number of pending reservations for this user-class.
- 19 Sep 2006