I want to buy a new router to manage the bandwidth. I want to know the terminology used to describe a router that can evenly divide the incoming and outgoing bandwidth among the number of online devices.
For example, if the up and down bandwidth are 2Mbps and 1Mbps, respectively, and there are 2 devices are connected to the router, then each device gets 1Mbps and .5Mbps for up and down bandwidth, respectively. And if there are 4 devices connected to the router (online), each of them gets .5Mbps and .25Mbps for up and down bandwidth. The "device connected to the router" or "online devices" means the device actively communicates with the router, the device is not in idle mode, sleep mode, hibernate mode or shutdown.
The terminology is very useful to be used as the key to search. What is this feature "a router divides the available bandwidth evenly among the online devices" named?
Bonus question: Do you have any recommended routers for me with such a feature?