Questions tagged [bandwidth]

Bandwidth tag should be used when asking questions about data transfer rates over various data buses or network protocols.

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QoS router vs. long ethernet cable

So I'm a CS student currently taking some online summer classes at my mom's house. So far, I had one class, through Jitsi videocall, and the connection went horribly. I know for a fact that our home'...
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Internet capped to 9mb/s on my pc. Other family members get the maximum of 20 mb/s

my internet is setup as shows. main router to wireless WiFi extender. Ethernet cable from WiFi extender to PC
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windows 10 ignoring 100BaseTx FD setting, cable not the cause

I hope you guys can help me with an issue I am facing for about 2 weeks since I got my new windows rig. I don't know why but windows does not recognize it's connected by a 100baseTx FD cable. PS C:\...
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How to determine the bandwidth of a AWS VPN connection between USA and France?

An on-premises business in Bethesda, Maryland (USA) needs to access servers at their on-premises headquarters in Paris, France. They are currently using a local service provider and Pulse VPN, but ...
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Windows 10 system slowing down Internet for entire office network after AWS CLI activity

I have an office network 5 PCs on it, a mixture of Windows and Linux PCs. I have recently discovered that whenever I use AWS CLI (AWS client utility), after it times out on a particular update ...
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Can dividing the users or computers among different SSID or Access Point allocate more bandwidth to 1 computer?

Let's say if there are 3 computers, and each computer has 2 connections to the Internet on average, and the household has 18MBps Internet, does that mean each connection is given about 18 / 6 = 3Mbps? ...
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Has anyone measured the bandwidth used by microsoft teams for installed app / web interface? [closed]

Given the current situation (covid-19 lockdown, lots of remote working) I am wondering whether I should install Microsoft Teams or just use the web interface of Teams, which is part of the online ...
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Can I manage bandwidth in a secondary router connected to a main modem/router through LAN-WAN port?

My main router is a Huawei B535, linked to the ISP through a 4G SIM inside the router for data over LTE. Since that router does not have QoS or a bandwidth control system, I bought another router, a ...
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Limit bandwidth to only one app when internet account x is used on EZ hotspot extender

I have someone who wants to be able to let only one app connect to the internet when a particular ISP is used on his hotspot device. This ISP is connected to by it's own dongle connected to the ...
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how to limit download bitrate with network QoS policy on windows

i am trying to create a simple net qos policy on windows. the problem is i can only limit outgoing traffic, upload bitrate. i want to limit download bitrate.i am following this article: https://docs....
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Determine Bandwidth of 4k video

I know I am doing something wrong because my math does not make sense. Can someone help me explain what am I doing wrong for purposes of learning. This is my logic: Approach 1 According to the ...
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What is the difference between the network adapter receive bandwidth and the used bandwidth

I was downloading huge files (a game on Steam), and I was wondering why my download speed was not exceeding 5MB/s, on my 5GHz Wi-Fi behind FttB. So I opened the Task Manager on the Performance tab, ...
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Explanations for differences between internet bandwith measurements with MikroTik and local clients

Problem: I am using an internet provider offering a symmetrical gigabit internet. Recently I noticed a marked slow-down of my internet connection (up around max. 50 Mbps and down around max. 100 Mbps,...
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In Windows networking and networking in general, is 1 Megabit/s = 1000 or 1024 Kilobits/s?

Background: I was recently experimenting with using throttling inside some applications to prevent them from using the full bandwidth of my Internet connection, and I whilst testing the current ...
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How do you tell how many USB hosts a motherboard has?

I am building a system which will act as a hub for compressing and saving video streams from a dozen USB cameras. Each camera will stream at a bit under 800 Mbit/s so a single USB 3.0 host (5 Gbit/s) ...
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Need to have second wifi only opt-in

I have a home internet wifi that cuts in and out but has decent bandwidth for most things and my phone can create a hotspot with limited download per month that I've set a separate network card to use....
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How to resolve 'Detected Tx Unit Hang e1000 0000:02:00.0 eth0: Reset adapter' on a VM Slackware 14.2?

The virtualization environment is VMWare 6.7, and the network card would be: 02:00.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82545EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller (Copper) (rev 01) This error happens ...
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Optimize Performance of Google WiFi and CenturyLink 1Gbps Fiber

I had Google Wifi and it really works well. A few months ago I switched to CenturyLink 1Gbps Fiber service and overall I have been very satisfied with that as well. I have seen other posts of serious ...
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Bandwidth in communication and in physics… Faster WIFI speed?

While trying to increase the speed of my internet, I just realized how Bandwidth is understood differently in the networking world. That makes me kind of confused with why increasing a Wifi Bandwidth ...
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How does my ISP know my used bandwidth/quota?

I've always asked this question in my mind but couldn't answer it. I searched about it and found only one search result ( https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/338720-how-do-isp-s-monitor-your-data-...
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Throttle round trip time on Windows

I test performance of a web application under different circumstances. I've learned how to throttle the bandwidth on Windows. But i've got nowhere a possibility to setup the round trip time ...
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How can I monitor bandwidth use between my PC and my phone?

I've connected a smartphone to my PC using a USB cable, and set my phone to "MTP mode" for file transfer. My PC runs Windows 10 (alas...) and my phone runs MIUI based on Android 6.0.1. So now, I'm ...
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Can I use a switch to send high-bandwidth signals from multiple 100Mbps nodes to one central 1000Mbps node?

I want to stream video (compressed, ~20Mbps) from at least six raspberry pi zeros, each of which has a 10/100 USB ethernet adaptor, to a central PC with a 10/100/1000 port. All of the nodes will be ...
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Childrens' apps hog the bandwidth on home LAN; how to add limits for kids

At home, we have a small network. We connect laptops using WiFi, provided by a TP-Link router (Model No. TL-WR1043ND). We run Windows and Linux operating systems on those laptops. The problem is our ...
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Can Network throttling from browser restrict upload bandwidth?

In Chrome Developer Tools, there is an option for throttling under the Network tab. I know it is used to test website performance and that it restricts network bandwidth for downloading the site. My ...
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How does the “Gigabit” bandwidth limit apply in an ethernet network?

Edit: it seems I either misunderstood or was misled by this article, which seems to imply that a 10 Gbps switch is required to make good use of a dozen nodes with gigabit ports. With the clarification ...
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Is it possible to saturate the memory bus using high frequency DDR4 memory, even if a motherboard claims support for it?

So a friend of mine asked for some DDR4 memory recommendations since he was still using DDR3 and wanted to buy a new motherboard, preferably B450 chipset so he could buy a Ryzen. I told him to buy a ...
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How to optimally utilise 2.4GHz & 5GHz bands?

I have a dual band router which transmits two WiFi signals: one at frequency 2.4GHz and the other at frequency 5GHz. I’ve read that, in general, the 5GHz band is quicker when at close range to the ...
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Combining ADSL's valid IP and LTE's high upload bandwidth

I have an ADSL connection with 10/1 Mbps download/upload speed and a valid IPv4 address (i.e., addressable from the internet). Also, there is a Debian server on my network that is running a GitLab CE ...
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Why do I have higher upload bandwidth on WiFi?

I live in a pretty crowded building, so the "airspace" is pretty crowded as well. I get internet from FTTP through a 1Gbps link, which can be considered as stable and reliable for my question. Please ...
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WIndows 10: Break down data usage from vpnagent and mdproxy

This is the Data usage overview that WIndows 10 shows me Is there a way to get more granular data usage from vpnagent.exe and mdagent.exe? Being able to get the data using Microsoft or open source ...
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Issue in emulating low bandwidth using Traffic control shaper

I have two VM on openstack with bandwidth 2.95 Mbits/sec. I need to emulate a high and low bandwidth 1Gbit/sec and 100Mbit/sec. I am unable to do this using Traffic Control Shaper on openstack VM, I ...
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Windows 10 Resource monitor, Network sent/received bandwidth not match the graph

Resource monitoring screenshot: In Windows 10 Resource monitoring, network section, I always find that the detailed network traffic (no 1 in the Figure) doesn't match the graphical view (no 3 in the ...
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Restrict bandwidth for a MAC ID for certain domains

I need to restrict bandwidth (make the site really slow) for 2-3 HTTPS domains (instagram.com and facebook.com) for a relative of mine. So need to target domain and MAC ID of the device. We have a ...
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Android LG K-210 bandwith info for Taiwan [closed]

I have a Canadian LG K210 (LG Power) phone that was unlocked by the carrier Telus which I was able to use in Malaysia (for data and calling) and Thailand (calls only). Here in Taiwan, neither seems ...
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Thunderbolt 3 used bandwidth with external GPU

question: how many Gpbs of data is sent from laptop to the eGPU for one frame? I have a Thinkpad T480 with 2 PCIe lanes TB3 port. Laptop specs: i5-8250u, no dGPU, only Intel uhd 620. I am trying to ...
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What is the difference between bandwidth and bit rate?

I have seen two definitions for bandwidth: "For a transmission medium, the range of signal frequencies it may transmit" and "The maximum amount of data that can be transmitted in a network." So they ...
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How does an application in linux knows the available bandwidth for data transfer(any daemon helps it?)

I am trying to understanding a backup application working and during the staging of the data and uploading to cloud, it sends data as per the available bandwidth. How does it know the available ...
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How to limit bandwidth?

Their is a problem where if one person starts downloading something the internet is extremely slow for everyone else. We assume this is because the bandwidth isn't limited and downloading something ...
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How to limit the bandwidth/network rate for sshd per user?

I have a computer set up as a server with Ubuntu 18.0.4 sharing with my friends, and using sftp to upload/download files. Recently one of my friends has been doing a large amount of transfer and ...
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Where does internet latency comes from?

Sorry if this was asked before. Couldn't find anything about it on SE. So the distance from San Francisco to Australia is about 8,000 km. This source indicates that the latency among the two ...
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How do I calculate the runtime bandwidth of the PCIe socket using Process Control Monitor?

I'm working in deep learning and I'm trying to identify a bottleneck in our GPU pipeline. We're running Ubuntu on an Intel Xeon motherboard with 4 NVIDIA Titan RTXs. GPU utilization as measured by ...
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Windows update - network speed throttle

What 'speed percentage' is referred in Windows update delivery optimization, 'interface' speed or broadband connection speed? I ask this because I'm on a good LAN, but network connection is slow ~...
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YouTube is consuming much bandwidth than other operations on my home network

I've a problem that when I'm surfing Facebook, Twitter, stackOverflow or any other site than YouTube, Pages usually takes lot of time to download. While, YouTube don't have any problems. I've a 2 Mbps ...
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What is the most bandwidth efficient way to remotely access a Windows pc?

I want to access my work computer from home(or vice versa). I live in a bandwidth constrained 3rd world country so RDP is too slow to be useful in most cases. Can anyone point me in the direction of ...
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will the hdd be the bottleneck for a 10gbps server?

I have a server with 1 gbps connection (which is ~125 MB/s). The server has normal mechanical Hard disk drives. Afaik their speed limit is also around 120 MB/s. For instance, if I download a file from ...
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How to get network bandwidth consumption of each process on Mac

How can I know each process cost my bandwidth in kb/s? Activity Monitor of Mac OSX only shows received bytes and send bytes of each process. Command "nettop" and "nethogs" in Terminal can only show ...
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Can you get an external monitor running on 4k resolution at 60hz using a USB 3.0 to Displayport adapter?

I am trying to get my new 4k monitor running at 60hz refresh rate. At the moment I have a laptop with a micro HDMI port that is most likely HDMI 1.4, since the xrandr outputs: HDMI-1 connected ...
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Effective bandwidth of mismatched PCIe card and slot

What happened if : x16 PCIe 2.0 card into x16 PCIe 3.0 slot (but electrically x8 link due to sharing) x16 PCIe 3.0 card into x16 PCIe 2.0 slot (but electrically x8 link due to sharing) x8 PCIe 3.0 ...
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ffmpeg how to capture lower resolution video from a multi resolution stream resource [duplicate]

Guys, I used to capture a live video stream from a website. Recently this website updated their video to 4K available, thus there would be 4k, 2k, 1080p and 720p video stream to choice. While I use ...

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