The goal of client's network optimization and tuning is to find the sources of unwanted network traffic and to take steps to correct or eliminate the root causes in order to enhance network performance and to avoid unnecessary traffic counting. Traffic class feature in Splynx is designed to help you to exclude the inbound and outbound traffic from counting.
For example, you can add the IP address of your local network with some resources in order to ignore its internal traffic for your customers in Splynx.
To create a new traffic class with the new network (-s), open
Config → Networking → Traffic class and press
In the new window, type your traffic class name, the related comment and specify the network address (-es) and its mask from which traffic should not be counted. Please mind that each network address should be added from the new line, the adding of the domain names are not supported.
Add to save changes.
NOTE: Traffic class feature works only with API and NetFlow types of accounting and covers the inbound and outbound traffic. You can check what type of
accounting is used on your router in
Networking → Routers → List.
After that we should add the newly created traffic class to some of our Internet tariff plan, open
Tariff plans → Internet, find the necessary plan, e.g. Ethernet_500Mbps and click on
In the new window, find the field
Exclude traffic classes from accounting and select the name of the previously created traffic class from the drop-down list. After the
Save button is pressed, the traffic in selected networks will begin to be ignored immediately in those services that use this tariff.
To check the traffic statistic, open a profile of some customer in
Customers → List and click on Statistic tab.