I've been having trouble with bandwidth congestion on my network and am considering some bandwidth shaping appliances. Anyone had any experience with products like Netequalizer or any of the others? Thanks.
Yes, University of Colorado. Why aren't I fit to be here? If you Google "broadband forum", this site is one of the first that comes up. I figured the question was as relevant here as in a US forum and good/active US forums are hard to find.
he just asked a question and i replied. we have no issues with you posting a question here. we have some smart people around here. but this is night time around here in india so a solution might be delayed!
Ban this guy. He is not fit to be here.[/b]
umm polite dude. he is not spamming any weird sites here!
dips is just jealous of his speed...doesn't mean to actually ban him back to topic...gowithit, can u give us some more details, like your network structure, no. of pcs, and all that stuff???it'll be easier to reply that way...
We're a WISP with six towers and several hundred customers (about 800). So, I guess that would mean there are probably at least 800 computers. I'm looking for something affordable enough that I could put multiple appliances througout the network. That's the main reason I was leaning toward netequalizer. I couldn't afford to buy more than one packeteer.