Yes, in your scenario I understand that the new bandwidth manager is great, but for me, it isn't. I don't need that. I want to limit the speed of the devices, I don't care if one device can't use full bandwidth, it still has a big amount.
So, if I understand correctly, the old bandwidth manager is difficult to implement in the new kernels and there is no way, that it will be implemented in the new version of ClearOS?
Do you know, if there is a Linux distribution that has the old bandwidth manager implemented in the new versions?
Because RTL8125 is 2.5Gbit/s and I would like to have higher data transfer over my LAN.
In old Bandwidth Manager you can limit dl/ul speed to a single IP or IP range, I need this.
Why ClearOS fears to implement the old Bandwidth Manager into never versions? Does it take up terabytes of space or what?
Do you know a different Linux distribution that has that kind of Bandwidth Manager implemented?
Hello Tony, thanks for your answer.
Yes, I know that ClearOS 6 went EOL, but, ClearOS 6 has the old (and the best ) Bandwidth Manager and I need it.
Or has ClearOS finally come to their senses and has implemented the old Bandwidth Manager in ClearOS 7?
Sorry for my late response.
I did install 6.6.1 version from USB stick from the link that Nick posted, thank you I also did have a DVD for backup if USB wouldn't work
ClearOS updated to version 6.9 and Bandwidth Manager is working now like it should
I hope that they will extend the EoL of 6.9 version, or even better, that they will add this Bandwidth Manager to the new 8.x ClearOS
Thank you both for the help
Thank you both for the help. I'm currently away, so I will try to install 6.x when I come back in about a week.
Yes Tony will borrow a DVD unit and try this way I didn't need a CD/DVD unit for ages
If I understand this right, whatever version of 6.x I install, it will automatically update to version 6.9?
@Dave Suggestion for ClearOS 8? PLEASE bring back OLD Bandwidth Manager, the new one sucks
@ Nick I won't be doing that for now, maybe later, thanks for the tip.
Do you maybe have a link to 6.6.1?
What about version 6.8 and 6.9, can they be installed with USB?
The only reason I use ClearOS is because the old Bandwidth Manager. It's perfect for what I need. It has worked perfect in ClearOS5.2 and if I remember it right I even used it even before it was ClearOS, ClarkConnect if I remember it right.
I don't know why developers ditched the old Bandwidth Manager and it no longer works in version 7. Why remove something that works and people use??
When I run os-prober, it only finds the old version of ClearOS, but not Windows, don't know why is that.
It's a little bit old PC. Motherboard is Gigabyte GA-H61M-S2PV, CPU is Intel Celeron 2.4 GHz I think.
I'm trying to install ClearOS 6.7. With USB stick. I used Rufus tool for the iso file.
I have successfully installed ClearOS 7.5, with no problems. But I need OLD Bandwidth Manager, and ClearOS 7 doesn't support it. That's why I'm trying to install 6.7 version. I couldn't find other versions like 6.8 or 6.9.
Strange, when I run "os-prober" it doesn't find Windows...
@ Nick If you will find out for net install, please let me know.
@Tony No, I forgot to mention, I don't have a Zotac. I just get the same error massage.
So if I install ClearsOS6 on another machine and then move the SSD in this machine that I get the error massage, it will work?