Just ran across this posting where Educause recommended the NetEqualizer solution as role model for bandwidth control in meeting HEOA requirements.
Pomona College and Reed College were sited as two schools currently deploying Netequalizer equipment.
Related Article from Ars Techica website also discusses approaches schools are using to meet HEOA rules.
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