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WCF limit Download/upload speed.

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Hello,

I have written a file server using wcf.(Binding is netTcpBinding and transferMode="Streamed") .

Now i want to set the upload/download speed. For example, max file upload speed to server will be 600kbps.

Is there an option in WCF to do that ? If not, can you show me a way to externally control the assigned bandwidths ?

Thank you.
(Note that i am serving my wcf file server under a windows service. I am not using IIS.)
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