N/APosted on - 11/21/2012
How to make lan network copy faster? I am a small business entrepreneur and I need to know how to make lan network copy faster. Does the number of computers affect this? As well, since I have multiple computers, does cable length affect too? Do I need a different kind of router?
How to make lan network copy faster
You can make your LAN network copy faster in your small business entrepreneur by following the below steps. Before that I make you sure that definitely the number of computers in a LAN connection affect network speed. If you are using cable more than 100 meters length in your LAN connection I would suggest to use optical fiber cable and different router with high capacity. At present situation you can follow below steps to make your network faster in you lan connection.
You need to do this step in each individual computers physically.
1. Go to start button on your windows screen.
2. Click on star button find RUN options. (All program—Accessories—RUN in windows 7).
3. Click on RUN you will find a large search box.
4. Type on that search box gpedit.msc.
5. Press enter now you will find a small wizard like LOCAL GROUP POLICY EDITOR.
6. Look into left hand side column of that wizard.
7. See the option computer configuration and click on that.
8. In the right hand side column you will find different option. Now find Administrative Templates and double click on that.
9. In the same right hand side column you will find different option again. Find Network option and double click on that.
10. In the same right hand side columnn you will find different option again. Find QoS Packet Scheduler and double click on that.
11. In the same right hand side columnn you will find different option again. Find Limit reservable bandwidth and double click on that.
12. Now you can see Limit reservable bandwidth wizard. Now click on enable and in the option Bandwidth limit (%) put 0 (Zero) and click on OK.
Now your network will work faster. Because by default computer reserves bandwidth limit of your network up to 20%.This should be done on each computer separately.