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Windows 7: Sharing LAN connection

12 Jan 2011   #1
ninjawoot

Windows 7 Ultimate v.7600 RTM 64Bit
 
 
Sharing LAN connection

Hello everyone!

Well i just got a problem today,the thing is me and my bro are in LAN,sharing ADSL 4mb(512Upload) connection.
Eh well ill just make an example,ie Im playing some online game while his downloading/watching videos online,ofc i get laggs when that happens,now we are trying to solve our problem,tho im not sure how.
We want to split connection into 2mb for me and 2 for him,so when i download something with my 2mb he doesnt gets laggs,is that possible?
Ive heard about a software called netlimiter,tho i have no expiriance whatsoever with it,so im calling out here for help from the pros

is there any solution for my problem?
tnx!

ps.my english sucks


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12 Jan 2011   #2
StalkeR

Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

If you install Net Limiter you can limit the download/upload speed of that computer.
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12 Jan 2011   #3
ninjawoot

Windows 7 Ultimate v.7600 RTM 64Bit
 
 

so if i install it and do the stuff i need my bro aint gonna lagg in online games like CS:S while im watching videos etc?
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12 Jan 2011   #4
StalkeR

Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

I'm not sharing connection with anyone,but I think that the lagg will be smaller.
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13 Jan 2011   #5
ninjawoot

Windows 7 Ultimate v.7600 RTM 64Bit
 
 

ok so i tryed netlimiter 3 but its not working for me...

as soon i put some limit my internet dies
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13 Jan 2011   #6
acurasd

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

You need to take use of the QOS either in your computer or the router itself. Quality of Service. That will push more bandwidth to program of your choice or even a computer.

Trust me, when I download programs it will make my typical 59 ping jump all the way to 999 to the point where my game is unplayable online.

If your router does not support QOS, then you can configure each computer to use certain bandwidth for certain things.
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14 Jan 2011   #7
ninjawoot

Windows 7 Ultimate v.7600 RTM 64Bit
 
 

cheers acurasd,ive took some time to take a look at QoS and yes indeed my modem does support it,tho there are too many options and configurations for it to setup.
My moded is Huawei HG510
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14 Jan 2011   #8
ninjawoot

Windows 7 Ultimate v.7600 RTM 64Bit
 
 

Ive uploaded some screenshots,if anyone knows how to setup this.



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14 Jan 2011   #9
chev65

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ninjawoot View Post
Hello everyone!

Well i just got a problem today,the thing is me and my bro are in LAN,sharing ADSL 4mb(512Upload) connection.
Eh well ill just make an example,ie Im playing some online game while his downloading/watching videos online,ofc i get laggs when that happens,now we are trying to solve our problem,tho im not sure how.
We want to split connection into 2mb for me and 2 for him,so when i download something with my 2mb he doesnt gets laggs,is that possible?
Ive heard about a software called netlimiter,tho i have no expiriance whatsoever with it,so im calling out here for help from the pros

is there any solution for my problem?
tnx!

ps.my english sucks
The facts are that your IPS is providing you with limited bandwidth, if your bro is downloading torrents and streaming videos there is no way your going to be gaming without lag. Even with my fast Broadband connection after 3-5 torrents it slows down my entire network and there isn't a much I can do about it unless I limit the up and download speeds of the torrents, even that is a compromise. Streaming takes some major bandwidth also so will slow down your network just as easily.

On a brighter note, you can click on Utorrent in the taskbar and limit the download and upload speeds if you don't mind waiting longer to get the files. You might find a setting that will allow other machines in the network to game without much lag.
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