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Please, recommend network bandwidth limiter for Windows which can be controlled from command line. No need for fancy options, only limiting of overall up and down traffic of a host required.

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Are you talking about an absolute cap for all apps using the network? Or do you want to limit specific applications? I can think of a few solutions but your larger goal would help inform which is appropriate. –  medina Jun 12 '10 at 22:28
    
@medina: absolute cap for all apps –  jackhab Jun 14 '10 at 10:32