will we have better bandwidth control?

Discussion in 'Port Explorer' started by poo, May 27, 2004.

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  1. poo

    poo Registered Member

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    It's nice to have a taste of what bandwidth control is per socket. But, per process bandwidth should include the full control of the total bandwidth used by the process. Global control should also be there to allow a user to specify the rate of IP bandwidth to use. It would be nice to have some kind of selection like Tiny Personal Firewall to store process settings indexed by some hash identifier.
     
  2. Jooske

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    Hi Poo, welcome to the forum!
    I leave this to the tech guys to react on if it is possible to be added to a wishlist for future times.
     
  3. nhanitvn

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    Re: algorithms for bandwidth controlling?

    Hello every one. I am the new to this forum. I'm a Vietnamese. Please don'nt mind if I make some mistakes.
    I'm researching in "bandwidth controller" project. I searched on the Internet, and I see many software doing this task, but I want to known deeper about algorithms for controlling bandwidth. Who can help me? Thanks in advance. ;)
     
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    Hi There, and welcome to the forum.
    Is your question related to Port Explorer?
    In Port Explorer it is just the button to activate throttling and change the slider. If there is more about it, Jason might be able to point the way.
     
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