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Need Help Regarding Bandwith Controlling

HEy GUyz i Got GIGAByte SE568 Router.....the thing which i want to ask is...How do i control Bandwith For wireless connections...I mean I want to give them few kilobytes and use max bandwith on my pc....Plz Help me Out with this cuz i usually play online...and when my cousins start using their laptops ....My ping In online server get High...Due to which I cant Play ...

If there is programs there available for doing sooo...Plz Send ME the link For it...Thnx In advance

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Remember that bandwidth throttling does not reduce

Bandwidth throttling does not reduce ping times. It's a nutty area that many have to go over a dozen times till you understand the connection why that's not the solution.

For online gaming you want to stay wired.

The cheapest throttle will be to limit wifi to 802.11b.

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My Pc is Wired ...through Ethernet with router..but my cousins use wireless and i want to reduce bandwith for wireless...So Maxx BAndwith is for My Pc...i think now u got wot i want ....

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The router you have...

Does not appear to offer such control. But you can curb them just a little by configuring it to 802.11b and WPA2.

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