Sebastian Fischmeister wrote:

> Hello.
>
> I use proftpd to run an ftp server with a limited bandwith. Now I
> would like to do it a little more dynamic. So whenever nobody in the
> subnet is online, I swap the configuration files and restart the ftp
> daemon. However, this does not affect the bandwith limits of open
> connections. Is there a way to also affect those connections.
>
> Thanks,
> Sebastian
>
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you should read up on traffic shaping. google lartc.

mark


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