Yes, you can limit a single instance's bandwidth, or all instances'. To limit a single instance's bandwidth, you can use the "tc" Linux tool. If you want to control the traffic of all your instances, you can use tc on a NAT instance that you create, through which you make all other instances connect to the Internet. For more information, see Tutorial: Setting Up a NAT Instance.
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- How can I improve network connectivity on my CentOS instance?
- How can I link an EIP to an instance persistently?
- With what network appliances can I connect to Outscale devices through VPN?
- How can I report a network connectivity issue?
- Can I limit the bandwidth of my instance? Of all my instances?
- What ranges of public IP addresses can my instances have?
- How can I get a fixed public IPv4 address for my instance?