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hogging network bandwidth

Tuffgong4

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#1
I'm going to set up a home network with a linksys 4 port dsl/cable router and I was wondering if there was anyway to direct most of the bandwidth to one computer...like put one comp at 50% and the rest splitting what's left...
 

JJB6486

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#4
QoS Packet scheduler requires a Windows 2000 Server domain with a QoS enabled gateway or something like that. There is no way to throttle bandwidth to certain computers (using ICS, router, hub, whatever) on a plain Peer to Peer LAN.

The router and the computers themselves have no way of bandwidth throttling. Its not possible.

JJB
 

Tuffgong4

The Donger Need Food!!!!
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#6
thanks for the help guys but that really stinks...I have to do a lot ofwork for my classes this summer and I will be doing a lot of work with the internet...the others in my apt will just be surfing the net and stuff plus I also play games like cs and stuff...but thanks anyway
 

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