limit bandwidth for a process
xpetrl at beepc.ch
Tue Jun 23 09:28:07 UTC 2020
> xpetrl wrote:
>> FTP is using per default port 21 for command and random port for
>> transfer with clients. For this reason, isn't trivial to firewall an
>> FTP server and you have to use an FTP-Proxy, which makes the program
>> useful on firewall.
> yes, the data transfer port is changed every time, so package filter on
> specific port is hard to configure.
FTP-Proxy solves this problem. You can then set rules to PF against a
FTP-Proxy, it's the way to go. Google is your friend for examples.
> I am looking for a solution for limitation bandwidth against specific
> process. is there such one?
I don't think there such limitation against a specific process. However,
you can limit a whole VM based on its IP address.
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