|Cheap/nasty/rushed method I've used in the past is to just force the port on the switch to 10mbit/s in the switch config.|
Dan Mons - Senior Systems Administrator
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On 10 October 2017 at 02:32, Michael Stein <email@example.com> wrote:
Asking for a friend.
We want to able to monitor and limit the bandwidth in and out of an Apple TV. Unfortunately the switch that we have (Netgear 10g XS-728T) doesn't allow QoS to that level (if that's even the right thing to do).
Wondering what sort of Systems wizardry exists in the universe to do this. Some sort of hardware device? Pass through on a PC with some sort of limiting software?
Any help appreciated. My friend thanks you.stein
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