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In my home network we have desktop with wired Internet connection and laptop with wireless Internet connection. So I want more bandwidth for my laptop than desktop, both are on same Internet connection

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closed as not a real question by Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007, Dennis, Dave M, 8088, Renan Feb 19 '13 at 0:33

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what ever action i want to do, i have to do on my laptop only and i dont want to touch the desktop – subbarao Jul 17 '12 at 10:57
If you are connected using a 802.11N network device to a 802.11N router then you won't be able to get "any" faster at least not until 802.11/ac – Ramhound Jul 17 '12 at 11:00
So, you're asking to improve the speed of the laptop without 'downgrading' the speed of the desktop? Well, what is your network speed capable of on laptop and router? Remember, the speeds are always only as fast as the slowest connection/point on the network. – Dave Jul 17 '12 at 11:06
hi dave thanks for your reply. i want to downgrade the desktop speed and i want to improve the laptop speed – subbarao Jul 17 '12 at 11:12
Bandwith != speed – Joe Taylor Jul 17 '12 at 11:27

if your router supports QOS (quality of service) you can prefer one device by its MAC address

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Thanks for your reply, if both are working in parallel then i want to increase more bandwidth to my laptop – subbarao Jul 17 '12 at 11:30
i need the answer please – subbarao Jul 17 '12 at 13:30
i dont know your enviroment, 1: does your router support QOS? 2: do you mean bandwith to the internet or in your LAN environment 3: are both computers connected over LAN or is your Notebook Connected via W-LAN? – Cadburry Jul 17 '12 at 13:44
@subbarao - Give your laptop a higher QOS value then your desktop. Please don't spam "for an answer" really annoying. – Ramhound Jul 17 '12 at 13:59
Router QoS settings work only up to your router. This will not work on the rest of your connection. This means that traffic from your router to your machines will be prioritized, but not on your ISP's circuit. You may query google at the same time with both computers and your router will prioritize the laptop and push all the packets out to the circuit first, but once there, your laptop's packets may take a back seat through your ISP's ATM cloud and onward and your desktop may still receive a response first. – MaQleod Jul 17 '12 at 17:14

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