Using Linux ISG

View all sessions:

/opt/ISG/bin/ISG.pl
/opt/ISG/bin/ISG.pl | less

View information about a specific session:

/opt/ISG/bin/ISG.pl | grep 192.168.4.168

Viewing the number of sessions:

/opt/ISG/bin/ISG.pl show_count

Deleting a specific session:

/opt/ISG/bin/ISG.pl clear 192.168.4.168
/opt/ISG/bin/ISG.pl clear <IP-address | Virtual# | Session-ID>

Change the speed for a specific session (incoming/outgoing, for example 100 MB/s):

/opt/ISG/bin/ISG.pl change_rate 192.168.4.168 102400 102400

I note that the speed is specified in kilobytes, and when viewed in the table of sessions is displayed in bytes.

I’ll describe the possible keys to the flags:
A (Session approved)
X (Session not approved)
S (This is a service (or sub-session))
O (Service administrative status is enabled)
U (Online service (RADIUS account is active, traffic flow))
T (Type of service – “tagger”)
Z (Disconnected)

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