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[HELP] Using bandwidth of multiple users on a proxy network

Discussion in 'Networking' started by sarazond, Jan 22, 2011.

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  1. sarazond

    sarazond Thread Starter

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    My college hostel has a broadband connection in each room, with individual servers, all of which are connected to a central server.Each hostel has a unique ip range(eg 10.3.14.1-10.3.14.255, and others like this, and students are allotted random ips). Each hostel has a particular proxy address that allows us to access the internand by low i mean, quite lowet, and each user has a fixed bandwidth(which is low). My question is, is there a way for one user of a particular hostel to use the bandwidth of multiple users of the same hostel(such that they are in the same ip range, and have the same proxy server for accessing the internet).

    i.e Is there a way for me to increase my bandwidth by using the bandwidths of other non allocated ips within the range of my hostel, such that with a single broadband connection, i can utilize the the unallocated bandwidth.

    ps - Theres one guy who knows how to do this, but he wont tell anyone.

    pps - any help would be really appreciated, cause our allocated bandwidths are low, and by low, i mean quite low.
     
  2. TerryNet

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    The bandwidth restrictions are probably deliberate, and we will not assist in circumventing them. If they are accidental then discuss this with the network administrators. Closing.
     
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