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Riverbed Stringray TrafficManger - API calls for Autoscaling

I am looking for advice on writing a bash script to put new server that we spin-up in AWS and get them added to our Stingrays. We are creating a new environment in AWS that will be muilt-AZ in AWS ...
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forward incoming traffic to local listener

I have a service running on localhost which listens port localhost:10000 What I want to do is to forward all traffic coming to publicip:15000 to localhost:10000 where changing the configuration of ...
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Nginx Rate Limiting by Referrer?

I've successfully set up rate limiting on IP addresses like so, limit_req_zone $binary_remote_addr zone=one:10m rate=1r/s; But I was wondering if its possible to do the same on referrers? For ...
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Having two subdomains on one public IP addres behind pFsense router

I have one public static IP address. I have my main domain register at local Internet provider and their DNS. My main router is pfSense and behind it i have my local network. My WEB server is in local ...
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Bandwidth Reservation vs QOS

what is the difference between bandwidth reservation and QOS? for example, if I reserve 30Mbps to VOIP traffic on a router, is that the same of QOS? or does QOS work in a different way?
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How do high traffic sites service more than 65535 TCP connections?

If there is a limit on the number of ports one machine can have and a socket can only bind to an unused port number, how do servers experiencing extremely high amounts (more than the max port number) ...
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Is it possible to limit total traffic for web server? [closed]

I have web-server (nginx) with 1 Gbps port. How can I limit total trafic (sum of input and output) of the server to 100 TB per month?
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How much load can my network handle? [closed]

I have an company network that is not that big. A couple of servers, around 100 pcs and 10 printers.I wonder how much traffic load this network can handle. Is there a way to benchmark how much traffic ...
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Network traffic shaping, understanding if a video is being watched from Facebook [closed]

I am tring to determine which web sites are being used, how frequently they are being used, how much data transfer occurs etc.., in my company network . Now my problem when someone is watching a ...
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How to launch a site with high future growth potential. [closed]

I hope I have what is a straightforward question. As I am sure the steps of setting this up are complicated I would like to know a few things. We have a team that has been working on a great ...
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How can I use PFSense to make streaming videos suck?

Is it possible with PFSense and Traffic shaping to make watching movies really not worth it. We had a problem a while back (our inbound pipe was full) and it got people off youtube and back on to ...
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DNS Level Load Balancing

Is it possible in this world to achieve DNS Level Load Balancing? For example, I have a Server A (111.222.333.444) and Server B (555.666.777.888), and there be some third party DNS hosting (like ...
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How can I handle big traffic spikes on my dedicated server?

I have an E-Commerce site, which gains a sudden peak of very high traffic when I turn on different ads campaigns. From this moment on, my current dedicated server (Hostgator, 4GB Memoray, 100mbps ...
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Change the port number of outgoing packets originating from local process

I need to change the outgoing port number of all UDP packets originating from a local process. For example: local machine udp dest:192.168.10.1/255.255.255.0 port 2222 should become (before leaving ...
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Does traffic from accessing locally-shared file via UNC path still go through the switch?

if I'm accessing a local file via UNC path, for example //hostname/abc.txt, Will the traffic still go through the switch or it's clever enough to figure out this is a local machine, i.e. will there be ...
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Linux tc htb + prio = very slow link

I'm trying to shape the traffic going out of my DSL link (verified 1 mbit upload) using Linux (3.2) tc, HTB, and PRIO. My Linux box is connected via a Gigabit Ethernet link to the ADSL modem. I want ...
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Should I add more RAM or CPU on my server? How do I figure this?

I host a PHP/MySQL application with Smarty caching on my server. It routinely gets short traffic spikes via tweets to thousands of followers. The traffic spike goes up to 6 hits /sec for upto 20-30 ...
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Server requirement for running an application having huge network traffic

What I am asking is a very common question that comes to any developer's mind when he/she wants to host a server but a precise answer is not easily available. I need to host a server which returns ...
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bandwidth monitoring issue on PfSense router

I have a PfSense router installed , where it has 4 interfaces. one of them is WAN and rest 3 are LAN networks, which have different subnets and IP address ranges. wan interface name = em0 lan ...
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Tracking forwarded traffic

I have following set up : a machine with a public IP with several machines with static IP behind it (NAT). How would I monitor the traffic they generate on a per IP basis (the LAN ip to which ...
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Monitor traffic by source/destination IP address

I need to monitor traffic coming in and out of my server. Knowing the total in/out bandwidth is good, but ideally I would like to know how much traffic was sent to what address (we are talking about ...
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How do I find out what all this traffic is?

I have seen a consistent spike in traffic over my network since Monday morning and I don't know where it's coming from! I don't have netflow routers (like I would like), I have IPCop firewalls. ...
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How to collect figures of traffic used per-host, broken up by time and destination?

We have a relatively small network, all PSs in one subnet. One PC with two NICs and pfSense installed works as a firewall/router. There is an OpenVPN tunnel to a remote location, created as a ...
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Which open source monitor application for Linux is the best and simplest to use [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What tool do you use to monitor your servers? I am currious to know from the community which monitoring applications are the best and simplest to install and use for the ...
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Deploying Web App in a Server

I would like to Deploy a Web app which provides Web Services and I want some more traffic to get. So I'm doubting to purchase web host. Because most of the Unlimited web hosting packages are very very ...
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Way Around Empty HTTP_REFERRER From 301 Redirect?

I have a client who is in need of determining the traffic statistics from a large number of "tinyurl" shortened URLs, that all redirect to his site. The services that he's used include TinyURL, ...
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Make MRTG graph Titles more Specific?

MRTG defaults to titling each traffic graph as "Traffic Analysis for ${port_int}" I would like to instead have each graph titled by the description of the switchport. How could I do this?
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Best way to prepare for one time digg-like effect

I have a web site which will be featured in a place which will send a large peak of one-time traffic in a couple of weeks. The server hosting the website also hosts the control panel my customers ...
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Is there a small business router that shows bandwidth usage graphs in the admin panel?

I support a large number of public libraries that are having their networks upgraded in response to a grant application. These libraries are generally home to between 6-15 computers and have little ...
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managing a high traffic media sharing website

i'm in the process of developing a website that i predict will generate a lot of traffic. the site will be similar to many other sites offering free media streaming: mp3's. we are going to start with ...
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What free and efficient web/trafic filtering options are good for this situation?

The Story (you can skip this if you like) So my girlfriend got a job as pedagog at a small boarding home (around 40 kids, age 10 to 18), 3 weeks ago. I went there once and surfed the web from a ...
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Does anyone really understand how HFSC scheduling in Linux/BSD works?

I read the original SIGCOMM '97 PostScript paper about HFSC, it is very technically, but I understand the basic concept. Instead of giving a linear service curve (as with pretty much every other ...
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Sharing Bandwidth and Prioritizing Realtime Traffic via HTB, Which Scenario Works Better?

I would like to add some kind of traffic management to our Internet line. After reading a lot of documentation, I think HFSC is too complicated for me (I don't understand all the curves stuff, I'm ...
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How often are proxies used

How often are proxies to obfuscate internet traffic used? Do most companies connect directly to the Internet (after using a proxy to cache and filter content), or is there some obfuscation of their ...
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Linux traffic shaping using TC

My internet connection goes like this: Internet <-128kbps link-> Cisco Router (Public IP) <-LAN-> Linux router/server (Public IP) <-LAN-> Regular PCs (Public IPs) The Cisco router: the ...
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How to set up an event website?

For my work, I need to set up an event website. The site will be up to 2 or 3 months during the campaign. The site needs to be stable and have high availability, especially during the rush hours. ...
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How to manage the way router shares traffic

I just came here from stackoverflow, hope it's the right place to ask this question. We share internet in our apartment via a Linksys router (2 people are connected with wireless and 2 people with ...
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SonicWall traffic analysis

I have Sonic Wall PRO 2040 Standard in domain network. I need to see which pc has high bandwidth usage at the moment, for example streaming music or anti-virus trying to download update, to resolve ...
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Traffic Management recommendations [closed]

What's your strategy towards traffic prioritization/management. I am not really to just get a list of packet shaping solutions. Instead, I would like to get recommendations about traffic management ...