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Info on Axentra Net-Box

Info on Axentra Net-Box

Info on Axentra Net-Box

First, I'm a network novice, which is why the all-in-one Axentra Net-box appeals to me. Does anyone have the Axentra Net-Box yet? I'm very interested in this product, but concerned about running windows client devices attached to the Net-Box server which runs on Linux. What are it's strengths and weaknesss. Also, what about security? Lastly, should I get it now, or wait until Axentra corrects some gliches or adds features?

RE: Info on Axentra Net-Box

Dear All,

Hope you are doing fine there. With this mail I would like to know from the great's out there that whether someone suggest me some kind of Bandwidth Manager from an ISP point of view which is scalable and have best ROI. Fire whatever you have used and seen.

I am fed up with putting acl for each port and for each customer and then restricting bandwidth. I am looking some kind of solution where without doing anything is router, customer will be able to use link and some kind of CIR always assured to him .Say if network is not choked then he can utilize the full pipe and once it is getting choked then he will get a minimum commited bw.

Pl answer as soon as possible and reply.



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