> I limited the bandwidth of all ip addresses on the LAN using the rule that
> is included on the web site:
> If=LAN, Proto=TCP, Source=*, Port=*, Destination=LAN Net,
> Port=*, Bandwidth=256, Delay=Nul, Mask=destination
> This is working well as my ip address receives 256 kbps.
> There are some special ip addresses on the network (mine!) where I don't
> want to limit bandwidth. I tried adding the following second rule:
> If=LAN, Proto=TCP, Source=*, Port=*, Destination=192.168.1.10,
> Port=*, Bandwidth=5000, Delay=Nul, Mask=Nul
> My ip address is still limited to 256 kbps when this second rule is in
> place. I also tried Mask=destination and had the same results. Perhaps
> this is because both rules are being applied to my ip address and the 256
> rule is more restrictive.
> Does anyone have ideas on how to get this working? Also, is this the best
> way to specify these rules to minimize the multiple rule performance
Try to put a rule with unlimited bandwidth (100MB) with IP(s) you dont want
any limit included,
firstly, and after that, the place the "limiting rule" to whole network
(256KB per-ip basis or not).
Thats the way that works in IPFW command line, and i believe that works the