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Net Limit

Hello, i have a question, i want to limit bandwith speed on specific pc in my home which is connected to internet via wifi.. i have acess to router and i can aceess to default gateway which is 192.168.1.1 but i dont know what to type in, so i can limit its internet speed,.. (that MAC adress whis is on picture is that one which i want to limit its speed.all i want from you peple is to help me fill in the needed information( see picture) And, im really sorry for my bad english but im from slovakia and im just learning Happy thanx

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I just did this.

My router has the guest network feature and that's how I did this. And without involving a MAC address.) I see you have some TPLink router(with ADSL) but you left out the model number.)

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its TP-Link TD-W8961NB i cant find any guest feature :/

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Then it's not done in that router.

You'll have to do the limit in the PC. There are net limiters on the web, I don't point out any specific one.

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