Connections

Alexander Zenkov edited this page Feb 4, 2016 · 5 revisions

VerliHub can restricts maximum number of slots, hub/slot ratio and so on based on user connection (this is made checking client tag). The commands are available commands:

!lstconntype : Shows the current connection type and their restrictions

!addconntype <connection_type> <other_parameters> : Add the <connection_type> with their restrictions. See the explanation of the parameters below of this table

!modconntype <connection_type> <other_parameters> : Update the <connection_type> with their restrictions. See the explanation of the parameters below of this table

!delconntype <connection_type> : Remove specified <connection_type>

Here there is a explanation of command parameters:

  • -S <tag_max_slots>: maximum slots user can use
  • -s <tag_min_slots>: minimum slots user can use
  • -l <tag_min_limit>: minimum upload limit for user. If user upload rate is less than this value, he will not allowed in the hub. This value is in KB/sec
  • -ls <tag_min_ls_ratio>: minimal value for upload limit per slot. If user upload rate per slot is less than this value he will not allowed in hub

A set of these tags have been pre-installed for you to use. Use !lstconntype to show them and REMEMBER that //default// tag is used when a matching connection type is not found in the list!

If you do not want to use the limiting, set the values to of parameter to -1

For example you can specify the minimum slots to 1 and the maximum to 50 based on connections:

!modconntype default -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype 28Kbps -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype 33Kbps -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype 56Kbps -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype Modem -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype ISDN -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype Cable -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype DSL -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype Satellite -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype Microwave -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype Wireless -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype LAN(T1) -s 1 -S 50
!modconntype LAN(T3) -s 1 -S 50
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