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I have a W2K distributing a 256Kbps Internet access thru a net with 10 Win98 machines. All machines have fixed IP.

I wish I could use QoS to do two things:

1- Limit the Internet band (up to 32Kbps) to certain machines
2- Guarantee a minimum data rate (64Kbps) to others machines.

Thanks in advance
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Is the 2K box server?  and does it have ISA running?
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Yes it is a server, running DNS, NAT (Remote an Routing Access)
It is not running ISA. Should it be?

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I recognize that I am not knower of Microsoft server tech.
ISA must be the thing I should use, so thanks for the help.
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