How can I make it so that one PC on my network gets the maximum bandwidth?

by on January 21, 2012

Q: If an internet connection is shared over lan network of many PCs, how can we get maximum bandwidth on one particular PC..??


3 Responses to “How can I make it so that one PC on my network gets the maximum bandwidth?”
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    You would have to have a router that supports QoS (quality of service). This would allow you to set a certain service for getting a minimum amount of bandwidth or even a certain computer/device to have a minimum available bandwidth.

    The Linksys E3200 High-Performance Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless-N Router is an example of a router that supports QoS but there are many more out there.

     
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    Sorry I forgot to mention that what if I don’t have access to the router, means I am on one of the PCs which are sharing. Is there any way..??

     
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      If you don’t have access to the router then there is nothing you can do.