Home network and bandwidth allocation.

  King Diamond 11:23 13 May 03
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I have 3 pc's and a laptop all networked at home, but how do I give the main pc more bandwidth than the rest?

I'm sharing a 1mb NTL broadband connection.

2x P3 machines with XP Pro!

1x AMD with XP Pro!

1x Laptop with XP Pro!

All legal I may add; I hear the...yeah right!

Using a Linksys 4 port Router and ZA firewall.

Thanks.

  King Diamond 12:06 13 May 03

~bump~

  King Diamond 13:20 13 May 03

~bumpity bump...bump~

  King Diamond 13:33 15 May 03

~bump a roony~

  MartinT-B 14:42 15 May 03

I thought the Bandwidth was 'dynamic'

The PC's use as much as they want of whatever is available, or slow thge others down.

Are you using all 4 at once?

Maybe I'm wrong...

  fitshase 18:00 15 May 03

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regards


Fitshase

  King Diamond 18:08 15 May 03

Excellent...cheers for the replies, all appreciated. You have helped me there with my next college report as well, which is on WAN's, so that was a nice coincidence.

Thank you.

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