How to control downloads over a shared environment

amarto11

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How we can control the downloads in a shared networker environment in a broadband service. I have a 256Kbps link and is used in a cafe and most people are downloading huge amount of data how can I control these downloads, is there any software ?? ps reply
 

max

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no free advice for commercial use my friend ;)
 


netfreak

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Are you in Mumbai?If yes then I can provide you with a solution for a fee :)
 

amogh_gulwady

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LOL.Everyone out to make money on a free speech forum.How ironic.EDIT:New avatar.......no offense, all in good humour.
 

Raptor

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Try using some bandwidth moniter tool such as DU meter. DU meter warns u if u exceed a certaing amount of data u specify but does control ur internet connection.
 


prathapml

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Here you go, with 3 such tools:



http://www.softperfect.com/products/bandwidth/[/b]
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Network-Tools...Controler.shtml

This one?

It uses like 1.5MB per system, but you have to install it on all computers. It’s password protected (even when you want to de-install it (although I think some one who knows how to use the reg. can by-pass it)) and you can control the bandwidth of EVERY program that is using the network (UP AND DOWN :D ).[/b]
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AllegroSurf
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Internet Sharing / Content Filter / Network Resource Management Proxy Server

Control and understand how your Internet connection is being used. Whether you need content filtering at a school or need to manage your company's bandwidth usage, AllegroSurf will save you time and money by helping you to control your valuable resources.[/b]
Bandwidth and Usage Limits
Availability

Establish when a user or server is available. For example place a limit on a user to use the Internet during certain hours of the day only. Or create a limit for when web browsing is allowed.
Inbound / Outbound Transfer Rates

Do you have a user using more than his or her share of your bandwidth? Create a transfer rate limit restricting the transfer rate to a reasonable value.
Inbound / Outbound Transfer Quotas

Restrict how much total data your users can transfer in a given time period.
Add limits for users, groups, or servers for bandwidth, transfer quotas or usage. Create any number of the following limits based on day of the week and time of day.  [/b]
Please post back on HOWZZAT! :D[/b][/quote]
 
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