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    i need to know how i can limit my sisters bandwidth on my downstairs computer because all she does is download movies adn songs which kills my connection and my ping is unplayable does anyone know a program i can use to limit her bandwidth or do sometihng i need help:wave:

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    How are you sharing the conenction? Got a router, or maybe a machine with some type of connection sharing program. Such as WinProxy? There should be ways of doing it within those. But, I don't believe there is aprogram you can install on that particuar machine to do that. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

    Later

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    Just block her access altogether until she understands not to interrupt a person's game time. :)

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    I think it best if you and your sister could come to some arrangement/scheduling for internet usage. Probably not gonna' be easy -- remember, you have to compromise. But in the interest of domestic harmony, give it a try and see what happens.

    If I was your sister, and you limited my bandwidth, I'd be forced to slap you to sleep:D
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    I think you can use Sygate Office Network to share your internet connection. It has the feature of bandwitdh management to prevent bottleneck.
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