Quick question... I am dealing with a company based in the state of California. They have been selling services to me (a European company) for a few months now but have failed to deliver any shape or form of an invoice.
As I started becoming annoyed, they sent me to a page which lists my transactions for the past year. No breakdown for taxes, sequential numbering, or company info from either side.
What can I do? Should I cut all ties with this firm? Do they have a legal requirement to provide invoices?
Does anyone know whether it is possible to dynamically rate limit? I am trying to create a setup where there are 3 source IP's.
For example: Source A: 100 r/s max
Source B: 200 r/s max
Source C: 50 r/s max
Additionally, we want to achieve bursting. So for example, if Source A is only doing 20 requests per second, source C should be able to burst. However, once Source A starts building again source C should be put back to its original max.
Is this something that can be achieved with Nginx? I read that there are some possibilities through LUA, but I am curious whether there is a simpler method.
Thanks in advance for your answers :)