I am looking at an appliance to funtion as a bandwidth manager in an Internet datacenter environment. Have evaluated couple of them [P-Cube, NetEngorcer]. Either I find them an overkill for such a requirement or I do not find it supporting the relevant features. Pls help me on this with your experience.
Are you looking for something more along the lines of a PacketShaper, from Packeteer? Check out http://www.packetshaper.com ...it's one of the most widely deployed bandwidth managers in the world - very heavily entrenched in the University sector.
Looking at your requirement for "Shaping customer hosted network/servers to 10 GigaBytes of data transfer per month one way or cumulative." Then you are looking at some AAA accounting. Have a look at freeRADIUS or some of the other RADIUS offerings.
These will be able to do cumulative bandwidth, etc.
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