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    Member az0000000's Avatar
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    Hello,
    I am administering about 7 computers in an office and we got an adsl 384 kbps Internet connection. I would like to balance this connection speed between all users. What software would you suggest as a good bandwidth limiter/manager. A program that could find computers in the local network and limit Internet speed per computer IP.
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    Do you have a server that the adsl connection goes through?
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    Or a router? My Linksys WRT54G, flashed with the excellent DD-WRT firmware, can do almost everything, including cap bandwidth.
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    Member az0000000's Avatar
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    Unfortunately there is no router or Linux build OS.
    There is just one average power Windows XP Pro computer that ADSL connection goes through to the common switch, and i would like to install some software like that.
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