I can't believe I'm actually asking this. I have a bunch of overseas projects where the users are on extremely (EXTREMELY) slow networks. I need to be able to test websites and services for their usability on such slow networks. I'm talking like 6-24kbps performance. I of course have the luxury of more bandwidth than I currently know what to do with, so need a way to handicap myself during tests. Is there a way on a Windows XP or Vista machine to force the ethernet to connect at an artificially slow rate? This way I could see how the system works with our servers. I'd prefer to avoid mucking around with a router and QoS as I really don't know what I'm doing. If that is the only way to go, can anyone provide some general guidance and terms as to what I need to be looking for to dumb down my bandwidth while testing? If I have to go the router way, I figured I'd take on old junker and place it in between the real router and my test computer, but I still don't know exactly what settings to mess with to slow the in-between router.