[unisog] Posting of Bandwidth Hogs
harnold at binghamton.edu
Sat Oct 12 21:10:32 GMT 2002
That's fine, but you must have a baseline established and published publicly
to inform the students. What about faculty and staff? Do you treat them the
same? We do now. If you abuse the baseline, you get
From: Stan Horwitz [mailto:stan at temple.edu]
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 9:28 PM
To: Mary M. Chaddock
Cc: unisog at sans.org
Subject: Re: [unisog] Posting of Bandwidth Hogs
On Fri, 11 Oct 2002, Mary M. Chaddock wrote:
> We are considering the use of peer presure to help regulate the
> bandwidth usage.
> Are any universitiies posting "Top Bandwidth Hog" lists? If so are,
> how are you doing it? What information to you provide? Who has access
> to it?
> Have you noticed results? What do the students think of this?
How do you define a bandwidth hog? We just shut off the port of anyone
(faculty, student, etc.) who is abusing his or her network priviledges. In
most cases, the abuse is the result of the person's computer being hacked
and used without permission to run an IRC, warez site, share out video
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