Internet Bandwidth Limit

Posted on 2003-03-26
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Last Modified: 2010-03-19
I have 2 computers connected together, and they both connect to the Internet through the one Modem (56k at present) on my machine. My problem is that when we are both online i want to limit the bandwidth the second computer gets, so i still get a reasonable connection. I will soon be getting broadband, where this will make a bigger difference.

Can anyone tell me where i can maybe get a program to sort this out, or a way i can do it using windows XP?

Question by:Chisel
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lrmoore earned 420 total points
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Try something like CCProxy:


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Sorry it took so long, i've given up on the idea of limiting bandwidth, as now i have broadband the demand of the second computer is next to nothing. Here's your points anyway.

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