For test purposes (to debug my WindowsPhone7 application), I need to limit the network speed to a small value, like 79 kbits/sec. I’m using Windows 8 x64.
NetLimiter doesn’t install at all.
NetBalancer displays bandwidth usage of the process I’m interested in (it’s WmZuneComm.exe BTW) zero bytes/sec, even while I’m absolutely sure it consumes 8000 bytes/sec playing streaming audio (and Windows built-in resource monitor shows me that).
Also, I have Asus RT-N56U router. I’ve just flashed the latest unofficial firmware ver. 184.108.40.206-048. Unlike official one, it has the guest access point feature. Unfortunately, bandwidth limit still can’t be imposed.
I’m OK if the solution will limit not just a single application, but the whole system. I only need to perform a few tests on a slow network. It's OK if the solution will only limit the download speed.
Any ideas how do I do that?