View Full Version : [ubuntu] help to creat network server

March 25th, 2010, 07:29 PM
Dear my friends

its my fisrt topic here and i wish you can help me

i have a small network around 250 Pcs and i wish i can make a new server to

manage it with these options :

1- Controlling Bandwidth for each Individual user on a network.

2- Proxy support for each individual user. (optional)

3- PPPOE server to provide logins for users.

4- Date management system to track you clients payments and dates.

6- Built in DNS server for more acceleration on resolving domain names.

7- live monitoring system to monitor your clients network usage, internet usage live.

8- Ability to send message to your clients online and offline (optional under proxy users only).

9- Independent Hardware control for VOIP phones and satellite receivers to achieve best quality.

10- Connect as much input lines as you wish. the system will load balance all lines in real time all from a single Ethernet port.

11- Alarm message for unauthorized user that can be customized.

12- Alarm message for upcoming payments.

13- Freely adjust grace period for your clients.

14- Alarm messages for disconnected clients to renew their accounts also can be customized.

15- Limit access to a single PC with login or make a public login account.

16- Adult filter (optional under proxy users only).

17- Remote control your system from any where in the world (reboot-shutdown-update adult filter-monitoring users).

18- Online live user control and logs containing login time bandwidth used ip and MAC address of users.

19- User logs for total logins times and time used online plus total bandwidth usage and login machine details.

20- Control PPPOE port speed or let system determine is for you automatically.

21- System is capable of determining what can be considered as browsing and downloads for your clients and managing automatically by limiting the download speeds to your desired limit thus at the same time unleashing browsing speed for your client making it possible to browse,chat use IM, and make video and voice calls etc. while using all the bandwidth.

22- Dynamic and static IP routing plus multi user accounts that can have same account and share the bandwidth on many PCs.

23- System has been designed to meet the minimum hardware requirements.

24- System has also been designed for the user with little network knowledge making it possible for any one to be a network administrator with simple clicks and no professional experience.

25- System is constantly updated with new options suggested by our clients and to what we see that can benefit you and your users best.

26- Technical support team ready to assist you during work hours with any problems no matter what, and guide you to how to fix common network problems and diagnose them.

27- Easy and flexible user interface.

28- UPNP service for each individual user for port mapping.

29 -Encrypted server client protocol meaning all data transferred between our system and the client are all encrypted thus preventing any security problems for you clients such as information theft.

30- System comes on a flash memory stick no need to install, system will live boot and configure every thing automatically all you need is just to configure you network and you are ready in less than 5 minutes.

31- All Traffic Control System Galaxy clients can benefit from our end user services with no charge.
32- Bandwidth use limited accounts you can limit how much a client cand download perday or per month

how can i do it with UBUNTU server

thanks for your efforts

March 25th, 2010, 07:51 PM
You just gave a list with 32 different tasks on it.

Without putting too fine a point on it, you're effectively asking someone to take a substantial amount of their time to help you do your job. If you have specific questions, feel free to ask them; we're good with that kind of thing! "Please tell me in detail how to do $LAUNDRY_LIST" just comes across as crass.

At a very, very, very high level, you're going to need someone who's very experienced with networking at a minimum; a lot of what you want isn't strictly within Ubuntu's domain. A lot if it is network equipment, and a lot of it's at the application layer.

Good luck, and welcome to Ubuntu. :-)

March 25th, 2010, 08:38 PM
I think pfSense and opendns filtering can help you do a good bit of that. It's not ubuntu necessarily, but it's opensource/free.

March 25th, 2010, 11:04 PM
I can do this for less than 10,000 and i'll throw in 1 years 9-5x5 support. Let me know.

Ryan Dwyer
March 25th, 2010, 11:09 PM
Maybe the OP should check out these guys. They seem to have a similar setup:


March 25th, 2010, 11:10 PM
lol legendary!

March 25th, 2010, 11:50 PM
lol legendary!

What he said :popcorn:

March 25th, 2010, 11:51 PM
Maybe the OP should check out these guys. They seem to have a similar setup:


Haha awesome

March 26th, 2010, 03:09 AM
The different colored text should have tipped me off.

I hath been trolled. :-(