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I have a shared internet connection. So I use Netlimiter. I installed it on my desktop and it works perfectly. My doubt is what will happen if I install it on all the systems and allocate bandwidth. Is there anything available to make a system master in the shared connection. So, that all will follow the rule.

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Have you looked in QoS(Quality of Service) on your router? You can specify certain mac addresses, ports on the router, and/or ip addresses to take priority over others. – kobaltz Dec 31 '11 at 5:57
    
thanks, any other suggestions – hariharan Dec 31 '11 at 6:36
    
QoS won't help him. He's concerned with allocating the inbound bandwidth. – David Schwartz Dec 31 '11 at 8:48

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