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#1 seapen

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 04:40 AM

Hey, i was just wondering if anyone knew of a program which would allow me to limit the bandwidth allocated to another computer from mine. If so could i please have a quick run through.

E.g. Person on another computer is constantly d/ling therefore my internet is slowed.

My network set up:

Modem
(connected to)
Wireless router (D-Link)[All connections are through ethernet cables]
(connected to)
Computer 1/Computer 2/Computer 3

Please help, Thanks!

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#2 Doug

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 01:31 PM

Here's a resource with links to specific instructions. Please feel free to post back if you have additional questions. And We'd love to hear back from you about your success. :) Doug
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#3 bringbackCthulhu

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 11:37 AM

But you didnt post a link :)

seapen,

You may be able to configure your router to allocate bandwith (usually via its http configuration - ie something like http://192.168.x.x ). Depending on the software and what firmware is available. Have a look at D-Links website

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 12:21 PM

Oooops!
And now I've lost the thread of my previous research.
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Not all D-Link Routers allow bandwidth monitoring and controlling.
Here's a link to D-Link page that lists the ones that have the needed features.
http://support.dlink...limit bandwidth
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If you happen to be running one of the listed routers, here's a step-by-step, from D-Link:
http://support.dlink...limit bandwidth
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If the above is not available to your specific router, here are some general ideas:
http://www.ezlan.net/monitor.html
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I must have had a senior moment during my first reply to you. I apologize.
I'll continue searching to see if I can retrieve the earlier found material.

In the meantime, please post back with your progress.

Best Regards.

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