Configuring the per-IP-address bandwidth on the USG6000 series

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The method for configuring the per-IP-address bandwidth on the USG6000 series is as follows:
1. Configure a traffic profile.
system-view
[sysname] traffic-policy
[sysname-policy-traffic] profile traffic_profile
[sysname-policy-traffic-profile-traffic_profile] bandwidth ip-car upstream guaranteed-bandwidth per-user 2000
2. Configure a traffic policy and enable the traffic policy to reference the configured traffic profile.
[sysname-policy-traffic] rule name traffic_rule
[sysname-policy-traffic-rule-traffic_rule] source-zone trust
[sysname-policy-traffic-rule-traffic_rule] destination-zone untrust
[sysname-policy-traffic-rule-traffic_rule] action qos profile traffic_profile

Other related questions:
Restricting the number of per-IP sessions through the CLI on the USG6000 series
The USG6000 series devices support configuring the number of per-IP sessions through the CLI. For details, see USG6000 Product Document > Administrator Guide > Traffic Management > Bandwidth Management.

Restricting the number of per-IP connections through the CLI on the USG6000 series
The USG6000 series devices support configuring the number of per-IP connections through the CLI. For details, see USG6000 Product Document > Administrator Guide > Traffic Management > Bandwidth Management.

Displaying per-IP traffic on the USG6000 system panel
Perform as follows to check per-IP traffic on the USG6000 system panel: 1. Traffic report overview Traffic reports display traffic trends and top rankings in various dimensions. You can effectively learn the traffic status of the current network based on traffic reports and therefore formulate the corresponding traffic measurement measures. 2. Background When you view traffic reports on the NGFW, the NGFW analyzes and summarizes the traffic log data stored in the log system to form traffic reports. Note: When a large number of logs are generated, hard disks are recommended to prevent old logs from being overwritten by new logs. 3. Operation steps a. Choose Monitor > Report > Traffic Report. b. Select Source Address, Destination Address, Application, Application Category, Application Subcategory, User, Source Region, Destination Region, Virtual System, or Address Type. c. Select a time range in the Time Range check box or User-Defined time area. d. Click Search to display traffic trend and traffic ranking in different dimensions. Place the cursor at a change point on a traffic trend curve to display the time and dimensional traffic volume at this point. Note: Information about unidentified users and applications is not included in traffic statistics.

Whether bandwidth management can be performed for public IP addresses after source NAT on the USG6000 series
The firewall supports bandwidth management for public IP addresses after source NAT or before the NAT server.

Restricting the number of per-IP sessions through the web UI on the USG6000 series
The USG6000 series devices support configuring the number of per-IP sessions through the web UI. For details, see USG6000 Product Document > Administrator Guide > Traffic Management > Bandwidth Management.

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