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Limit Bandwidth Per Application

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Last response: in Networking
September 1, 2007 8:03:13 PM

Is there an application out there that allows me to throttle the bandwidth given to a specific application? I have a home network with multiple users. When I decide to download something, it jams up the whole network and prevents other people on the network from using latency critical programs (mainly WoW for my GF) I was hoping to stay away from configuring the router, as it's the landlords and I don't want to mess with it. It would be nice if there was a simple app that lets me control the bandwidth to specific applications. Though I would be willing to use an app that allows me to control the bandwidth for my entire machine if I have to. Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I really hate not being able to download things while others are on for hours...

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September 2, 2007 7:00:03 PM

what are you using to download stuff, most programs (eg utorrent) allow you to choose how much bandwidth you use.
September 2, 2007 7:30:16 PM

Yeah that's right you can normally limit the bandwidth being used by the app itself.

If not, check out NetLimiter. Gives you a list of all processes running and the ability to limit upload and download speeds per process, pretty neat!
September 3, 2007 4:09:11 AM

the app I am using is napster. It has no bandwidth throttling options though NetLimiter was exactly what I was looking for, Thanks!