I set up a hosted network with my laptop using Windows 7.
I want to check all the clients who connected to it. Is it possible?
And is there any tool can manage it? For example, limit the net speed or something similar.
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Important thing to remember is that typically there is no DHCP server running on computer hosts. What this means is that there will be no IP address automatically assigned as is typically done when using a wireless router or access point.
Two options are available: either to use
The two computers’ addresses can be seen in each other’s ARP tables using
You cannot limit internet connection speed on W7 host with built-in features.