I have a vendor who transfers large files from our site to theirs over the Internet and take up about 60% of the Internet line with peaks of 100%. Is there a way to control how much bandwith they can use in the PIX. I'm sure I could do this in the Internet router except it's leased by our ISP and we don't have direct control over it.
They are copying files straight from directory to directory. They started out doing it in the middle of the day until I saw the usage graphs and told them to only do it at night. Problem is we have people VPN throughout the night and it will affect them.
Okay, I'm sorry to say that this one of those situations when you'll need to tell your users what problems that they are creating and educate them, have you got any network policies in place? sorry to say that the PIX and I don't think even a router can help you out if your users are copying files from directory to directory unless of course you place a router between the two networks/servers and stop the traffic from propergating from one network to the other.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
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