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Thread: Limiting Bandwidth

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    Limiting Bandwidth

    I would like to know if the wifi freebox which it is possible to keep some bandwidth for certain computers.
    Here is my situation: I want a coffee, and want to allow my customers to connect wireless internet, but I do not want to take me to my bandwidth. Is it possible to keep me a good internet access to my computers? Thank you for avnace
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    Re: Limiting Bandwidth

    Normally you can configure the type-emission wifi on your receiver (on each pc), and on my Intel pro wireless drivers the permits.

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    Re: Limiting Bandwidth

    yeah, I know, but as freebox is essentially a modem and the wireless router and are in addition, I do not know if it reacts like a wifi router ... Thank you anyway
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    Re: Limiting Bandwidth

    g pedit.msc -> computer config -> admin model -> Network -> QOS Planning and here you have an option for limiting the bandwidth provided that the QoS Packet Scheduler is installed in your network protocols.

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    Re: Limiting Bandwidth

    The solution is to use bandwidthcontroller

    http://bandwidthcontroller.com http://bandwidthcontroller.com
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    Re: Limiting Bandwidth

    Bandwidth controller works even if the network of computers connect through a gateway? I tried with a livebox: I installed bandwidth enterprise (one month trial) on my pc and created a rule to limit the BP 2 other local ip but it did not seem to anything.
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