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Ok heres a quicky question.. :) "how to control download speed of my other computers using one router and my personal computer?" :)

Im having a problem, regarding with my computers, my 3 computers are connected to one router... I d not wanted to make my other computer to be a dedicated server... I just wanted it to be a normal computer..

Now, since my younger brothers are using my other 2 PC each in there room... Is it possible for me to control there download speed? Can i hack the bandwidth or my router or any access to lessen there bandwidth speed?

I've been searching a post regarding this question and it seems that geeks to go has more reliable answers comparing to other sites.. :)

Can u guys help me? :) any help would be much appreciated...Thanks in advance.. Cheers..


Edited by popoy, 06 May 2009 - 10:08 AM.

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Some routers you can. Others you can't. An option may be to flash the router with the RouterTech firmware which has an option to do this but not all routers are compatible.

If such an option is available already, it'll be in the configuration of the router's web interface somewhere which you can get to by typing typically one of: or or and entering appropriate credentials.
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