Configure rate limiting for P2P software download on an AR

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1. Log in to the web management page.
2. Choose Security > Network Behavior Management > Basic Configuration, and select the interface to which the online behavior management is to be applied. Click Apply, and the online behavior management function is enabled.
3. Choose Security > Network Behavior Management > Advanced Configuration, and click Create on the Time Range Management page. In the Create Time Range dialog box, set parameters and set the name to workday (for reference only), and click OK.
4. Choose Security > Network Behavior Management > Basic Configuration, and click Create in the Application List area. Select FileShare_P2P in the Application Protocol area, set Control Mode and Rate, and set Repeat Time to workday. Click OK.

Other related questions:
Can an AR limit P2P download
Starting from V200R005, the AR supports P2P download limiting or rate limiting on P2P download. You must purchase the license.

How to limit the download rate on an AR
You can limit the download rate on an AR as follows: 1. Configure a traffic classifier. 2. Configure a traffic behavior. 3. Configure a traffic policy and bind the traffic classifier and traffic behavior to the traffic policy. 4. Apply the traffic policy to an inbound interface of the intranet.

Does an AR support rate limiting on an interface
Both LAN and WAN interfaces support rate limiting. However, rate limiting does not take effect on NAT-enabled WAN interfaces.

How to delete the rate limiting configuration from an interface
1. Log in to the web system, and choose QoS > Interface Rate Limit to access the parameter configuration page for interface-based rate limiting. On the Interface Rate Limit List toolbar, select the check box of the interface from which the rate limiting configuration is to be deleted, and click Delete. Click OK in the displayed dialog box. The rate limiting configuration is deleted from on the interface. 2. Using commands: You can also run the undo command to delete configurations from the interface to which a traffic policy is applied or the interface with rate limiting configured.

Configure rate limiting for a network segment on an AR
1. Configure an ACL to match the network segment on which the rate of packets needs to be limited. # acl number 2000 //Create ACL 2000. rule 0 permit source 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255 //Configure rule 0 to allow packets with source IP address 192.168.1.0 to pass. # 2. Configure rate limiting for the data flow that matches a traffic classifier on the interface connecting to intranet users. # interface GigabitEthernet3/0/0 ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 qos car inbound acl 2000 cir 512 cbs 32000 pbs 432000 green pass yellow pass red discard //Configure traffic monitoring for packets that match ACL 2000 on the inbound interface, and specify CIR to 512 kbit/s. #

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