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Connect Plugin to Adjust Target Rate to % of Available Bandwidth
To stop a LAN from being overran by Aspera Transfers. Please add a feature to the Connect Plugin to Adjust Target Rate to a % of available bandwidth. With this feature end users would be able to maximize available bandwidth by setting an aggressive target rate. Knowing that it will adjust down leaving a % available if other traffic saturates available bandwidth at any given time.
The goal is to have an end user (connect Plugin) who doesn't know anything about Aspera or even know the connect plugin is running with the transfer; not take all the LAN available bandwidth.
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