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Saracen

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I hope this is the correct section for this post ! I was unsure wether to post here or in the networking section ! - Im looking for a tool that will distribute bandwidth to whatever I set the rate at on my home network. I am currently running 3 PC's - The Main PC, The Kids and a Laptop. Im looking for a way to govern the bandwidth so that the laptop and kids is limited to 2Mb each, currently I have Netlimited which is fine on The main computer and the laptop but it refuses to run point blank on the Kids. Is there any other software that I can use to govern the bandwidth.

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Some routers offer this as a built-in option, which would be the ideal best solution. A lot of Netgear branded routers offer this option, but Netgear routers do not come cheap.
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Hi there, I already use a Netgear router, but there is no options for bandwith distribution in the settings for the model I have so it will need to be a software based solution that I need
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