Rate limiting made simple

Mon 26 December 2011 by Lars Kellogg-Stedman Tags networking linux

I use CrashPlan as a backup service. It works and is very simple to set up, but has limited options for controlling bandwidth. In fact, if you're running it on a headless system (e.g., a fileserver of some sort), your options are effectively "too slow" and "CONSUME EVERYTHING". There …

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Linux UPnP Gateway

Fri 29 January 2010 by Lars Kellogg-Stedman Tags networking peertopeer linux upnp

Like many other folks out there, I have several computers in my house connected to the outside world via a Linux box acting as a NAT gateway. I often want to use application such as BitTorrent and Freenet, which require that a number of ports be forwarded from my external …

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