storm-control is a switch feature not a router feature.
But it will not block the broadcast from certain hosts but all broadcasts once the threshold is reached and will permit all broadcasts again once the traffic is under threshold.You'll have to find the correct value for this threshold if you don't want
to trigger it too soon( don't forget that broadcast in IPv4 is used intensively: ARP, DHCP,NETBIOS,...).
If only I can catch you on a chat platform for a quick conversation.
Back to this question, since ARP, DHCP use broadcast method, I guess it's not advisable to block broadcast on the network, but i guess there is a way to limit large files download, yet allowing exception to some nodes where applicable.
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