We are unable to obtain Broadband via a landline. Therefore we are putting in place a 2 way satellite solution with a satellite modem and router.
I have both our family accessing this Internet connection and visitors to our holiday homes who will access via WiFi access points connected to the LAN.
The satellite provider will provide a basic router (Linksys WRT54GC-FR) with their package. I am looking to buy a better router to control the amount of download & upload MB per IP address per period (day/week) and restrict bandwidth.
I don't want a computer to control this. I want the router to do it.
My family will be on fixed IP addresses up to say .10. The visitors will be on DHCP 11 -99. This will enable me to give different download amounts for individual family members (on their fixed IP addresses) and the visitor community.
Can anyone recommend a Cisco router that can do this?
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