5. Upgrade WAN bandwidth, outside of our budget, so this is not an option.
If someone has been faced with this problem will you kindly reply with how you reached a resolution? Any comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Can't see the point of paying for the bandwidth and then creating an artificial bottleneck on the outbound LAN interface. It's kind of missing the point somewhat as well as the bandwidth has already been utilised on the Internet link.
If you want to restrict traffic you have 2 options really and it depends on what is using the bandwidth.
1) If the bandwidth is being used by users for personal use then consider a firewall which blocks all unnecessary non-business related traffic. Easier said than done but for example the last place i worked the Internet sites you could access were restricted
2) Work with your ISP. I appreciate what you say about control but you have already given them control over your Internet access.
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