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Anyone know of a way to put an external download cap on a networked PC?

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#1 etheesdad


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Posted 21 May 2009 - 04:00 AM

I dont really want to have to shell out for a router with this feature. Can I use one machine as an internet server (always on) and use some kind of software to throttle total download allocation to another machine on a network? (small network - three machines total) limit to total download of 10 GB

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