Concerning the Cache Engine 550 & Bandwidth management
I have a 550 Cache Engine installed on our network which is great for reducing internet traffic, however whenever a request is made to the net (port 80) and the Cache Engine does not have it, the request is then forwarded to the Internet with the Source IP being that of the Cache Engine.
This causes a problem in my Bandwidth managment as
I CAN'T RATE-LIMIT ACCORDING TO IP ADDRESSES,
Is there a way in which I can configure the Cache engine to still function the way it should WITHOUT changing the Source IP?
I need to limit certain clients who are saturating one of our links.
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