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Need Help Regarding Bandwith Controlling

by evilatif / January 23, 2009 11:48 PM PST

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
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 24, 2009 1:44 AM PST

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.
Bob

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hmm
by evilatif / January 24, 2009 2:35 AM PST

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...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 24, 2009 4:29 AM PST
In reply to: hmm

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

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