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Need Help to get utilize full internet speed?

by paul-puvi / May 7, 2013 6:56 PM PDT

Hi ,


We have 4mbps tikona wireless internet connection in our room , we are using Digisol 150 Mbps Wireless Router(DHCP) as access point for 4 laptops and mobiles using dynamic ip addressing .

Problem :
i will utilize internet only evening after office hours but they used to connect from morning to night and they will see online movies as well as download movies so when i try to browse , speed will be damn slow .

What i want (bandwidth control) :

I need to have 2mbps speed for my laptop alone permanently also remaining 2mbps for other 3 that i can browse without problem , so please tell me how to do this.

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Re: full internet speed
by Kees_B Forum moderator / May 7, 2013 7:03 PM PDT

If this is possible, you need to do it in the settings of your router. So I'd start with studying the user manual.
You might need to assign a fixed IP-address to your laptop in stead of getting one from the router.


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internet access
by paul-puvi / May 7, 2013 10:50 PM PDT

I tried that too but no use .

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Re: tried
by Kees_B Forum moderator / May 7, 2013 10:55 PM PDT
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I meant that the fixed IP-address might be needed to tell the router what device to give 2 Mbps to (although maybe you could do it by MAC-address). Of course, a fixed IP-address alone doesn't make any difference.

Or maybe you meant to say that you tried studying the user manual but didn't understand it? Or that you studied it and found it wasn't a feature of your router? Then it's hopeless.


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by paul-puvi / May 8, 2013 12:10 AM PDT
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