I just ran into an instance where a single user on a network completely maxxed out a 100Mbps Internet connection for 30 minutes downloading. I'd like to create a policy on the Cisco ASA that throttles bandwidth per user. In a nutshell, I would like the policy to say, "there's no one user on this network who can use more than 25 Mbps."
Does anyone know the way to do this? I don't want to throttle the whole subnet with a policing policy (all users on the network share 25 Mbps) or any one IP address.
Seems simple, but I just can't think of the solution - penny for your thoughts!
I do agree on the fact that this could be really problematic ( I mean it could be boring and we could be making our ASA's running configuration really big) but as you want to do it to all of the host but PER host I don't see any other way to match this traffic.
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