Re: Personal firewall with bandwidth capping?
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 22:00:03 GMT
Well, how 'bout your bios? has it been hacked?
"Jim Mc" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Do any of the personal firewalls offer bandwidth management and/or
> bandwidth capping? Ideally, on a TCP/IP protocol or Windows
> application basis.
> Why I need this: I've got a 1 Mbps broadband connection that I share
> with several other users. When I retrieve large numbers of newsgroup
> message headers or a binary file from my newsgroup provider (using
> Agent 1.93) I can come close to using up the entire pipe. This has a
> very bad affect on the usability of the Internet connection, for both
> myself and the other people sharing connection. I need to cap the
> download speed, either by limiting the speed of the NNTP protocol into
> my computer or the bandwidth consumed by Agent.
> Any good candidates?
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