Re: limiting SSH client's bandwidth?



Shawn Merdinger schrieb:
Maybe look into Trickle?

http://www.linux.com/feature/61293

I know trickle, but such methods (iptables, trickle, CFQ/HTB, etc.) are just not portable - require root privileges, need a compiler (think of /home mounted with noexec), won't work on some systems (i.e. Windows).

So, "a simple way", it's just not possible today.

Has someone though before of adding "-l (limit)" flag from scp also to ssh?


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