We have a large network in our university with about 10000 users. We have an AD and wants to use a Squid server for caching and NTLM authentication. We have 40 Mbit/s Internet too, we are going to share it.
In AD we have students, teachers, ... OUs , and every group should have its appropriate Internet speed. I know we should use a traffic shaper for sharing Internet in the best way.
First question is: which traffic shaper is suitable for use (in Linux)? Can we use a MikroTik?
The second is: can we use Squid authentication to identify users and their OU from AD then give them their Internet speed from the traffic shaper (and how we can)?
THe third is: is there any other solution to solve this problem? (Problem: using AD with the best way for sharing the Internet connection.)