Reducing the bandwidth

DannysBox

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Apr 23, 2005
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HiSince the BSNL honeymoon is over :( ....i feel a great urge to reduce the bandwidth...How do i do that? My router is MT880, and it automatically logs on. I have 2 comps connected to a switch with the router connected to the switch.....now i dont want ppl to listen to streaming audio...and wasting the costly MB's.I think if i somehow reduce the bandwidhth all the unnecessary heavy usage will automatically stop...is there anything in the router we can configure to reduce the speed?I have a 256KBps Dataone....ORHow do i stop streaming audio and video?????Pls help.TIA
 

rajeskrishna

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May 12, 2005
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Man!!! u can do nothing to reduce the speed. One thing u can do is .Since u have 2 PCs a better option is to switch off the router when not in use to make sure that not data transfer takes place without ur knowledge.This is July 1 and its end my world. Bhoo Hooo........ :wacko: :(
 

pupudada

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May 11, 2005
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am not exactly sure but i guess this programme: `downloadlimiter' may be able to help you.. am not sure.. Pupudada!
 


Jebus†™

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May 5, 2005
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Originally posted by coolbuddy_79@Jul 2 2005, 02:52 AM
just change ur habits dude...that should do the trick ;)


I agree. But, 6 months of training doesn't go waste. :D
 


Tushar

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May 5, 2005
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If your main machine has an incoming NIC and one for Outgoing traffic you can easily control speeds of the other PC's using LAN monitor softwares, I had one such software, will search my HD and let u know of it. You can control traffic based on IP/MAC of the other machines, in the internal network.
 

firoz16

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Dec 20, 2004
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yes with netlimiter u can controll ur upload and download bandwidth.min allowable b/w is 1KBps
 

pupudada

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May 11, 2005
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Originally posted by Sushubh@Jul 2 2005, 02:35 AM
netlimiter?
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sorry `susubh' yep i meant to say `netlimiter... guess in my overenthusaism coined a new word.. hope that one fine morning i see that software too :p Pupudada!
 

puja399

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Feb 19, 2005
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I think the best way to limit Dataone bandwidth is to reduce it to zero, I mean, go to the BSNL office and tell them you don't want the worthless connection. Thats what I did.