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Limiting bandwidth usage for a specific remote connection

I have a 20/100 internet connection. Im mirroring a couple NAS in a remote location, but its hogging my entire network connection. How do I limit that incoming connection to use only about half my bandwidth? Can this be done with ddwrt? Netgear etc? Im using Synology NAS and I know the particular port that is being used is 9960. I would image there was a way to say everything coming in on port 9960 has a quota of 50mps or something like that.
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
Should be able to limit it at the NAS. Control Panel > Network > Traffic Control
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cnl83Author Commented:
Perfect!
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