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Not enough bandwidth to browse the web (streaming)

Hello,

I have the following problem:

I'm sharing my internet connection with several people and it seems that whenever someone is streaming (e.g. a movie) I can't get online at all (I can't even get on Google). I'm convinced that there must be a solution to this problem.

I don't mind if someone else gets more bandwidth than I do, ... but if someone else gets a tonne of bandwidth then I at least want to get enough bandwidth to get on Google, Yahoo or YouTube (Note: we have Virgin Fibre which should have plenty of bandwidth).

Many thanks in advance,

HA
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8/22/2022 - Mon
David Johnson, CD

you have to at your router enable some sort of QOS dd-wrt qos screen
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Hello David,

Thank you for your reply, but how do I get there?

When I go to "My Computer" (I'm running Windows Vista) and then to "Network" I can see the Netgear router.

When I double-click on it nothing happens and when I right-click on it I get the following options:
- View device webpage
- Disable
- Delete
- Create shortcut
- Properties

Many thanks in advance,

HA
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