Can I use QoS to help minimize browsing/downloading traffic?
I have been looking at using QoS to cut down on user web browsing traffic and downloading by assigning bandwidth and queue priority guarantees to more important traffic and therefore "starving" the bad traffic of bandwidth. However, it seems that most QoS schemes are designed to manage outbound congestion from a fast link like a FastEthernet to a slower link such as a T1. It seems to me that user web traffic/downloading would cause more of a problem with the inbound bandwidth instead of the outbound. For example, a user could with a couple clicks of a mouse could send a few packets out that would trigger a huge download to come down the link. Obviously I cannot implement QoS on the other side of my T1 since it is owned by my ISP. Would limiting outbound user data be much of a help in this situation?
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