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How to apply speed rules on computers connected to my LAN Network

Discussion in 'Networking' started by geek4teck, Dec 29, 2010.

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  1. geek4teck

    geek4teck Thread Starter

    Dec 29, 2010
    Hello Everybody,

    As this is my first post on this forum, I request you all to ignore any common mistakes I do.

    I have a small LAN setup with around 10 computers linked directly to my Belkin N series Router which is further connected and configured to internet.

    While the people work on computers, some of them might be downloading torrent or other programs that I am not able to detect easily. I need a method to know which computer is consuming how much bandwidth.

    I have heard of Proxy servers, I can even make 1 computer as server and can install proxy server, but I don't want to interfere in smooth working of my network. I hope configuration of a proxy server is a easy task. If not, I would rather like to be introduced to some other better way.

    Thank you all.
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