Shared Bandwidth Management Mikrotik
used to allocate the bandwidth of each client with a rate that varies depending active or other clients in the network. By using this method then if one client is inactive (offline) then its bandwidth allocation will be given to another client.
Continuing the previous scenario of Simple Bandwidth Management Mikrotik
, we suppose there are two client Eg client 1 and client 2 will each receive bandwidth allocation 256kbps / 256kbps. So the total bandwidth proxy for the second client is 512kbps / 512kbps. If the client does not use allocation bandwidth completely, then the bandwidth allocation will be given to another client, so the client 2 will get a maximum bandwidth allocation.
Configuration is first performed is configured to limit bandwidth usage for both the client as well.
This configuration also serves as a parent-bandwidth restrictions. Commands that can be used are as follows:
queue simple add name = limit-all target = 10.10.10.0 / 24 max-limit = 512000/512000
Further more, the configuration is made to limit the bandwidth usage of each client by using the previous configuration as a parent. Commands that can be used are as follows:
simple queue add name = limit-1 target = 10.10.10.1 max-limit = 512000/512000 limit-at = 256000/256000 parent = limit-all
simple queue add name = limit-2 target = 10.10.10.2 max-limit = 512000/512000 limit-at = 256000/256000 parent = limit-all
Now we try to check by monitoring the client bandwidth allocation using the tool torch proxy.
1. When both the client actively use the entire bandwidth allocation (512kb)
2. When one client is inactive (offline), the bandwidth will be given to another client.
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