How to manually adjust to 64 kbps per PC

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In our office we have 384 kbps Internet connection dedicated for an email. Some of our employee’s have fun on video or using youtube sites. The tendency is upon sending emails specially with attachment it took time to send because of slow connection. Now my question is can we manually adjust each pc to 64 kbps internet speed in order to solve this problem? Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #106445

How to manually adjust to 64 kbps per PC

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Hi user

If each of the computers in the internet access the Internet through a server, then you can limit the bandwidth allocated to them by changing the settings in the server. You can tell the server administrator to do this.

If each computer connects to the internet individually then it is that not easy to limit the bandwidth. A router is helpful in separating the bandwidth equally to each of the computer. You can limit the bandwidth for each individual computers by changing the settings in the computer itself but this can be changed by the user if he is given the privilege to do such changes.

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How to manually adjust to 64 kbps per PC

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Hello Fortune,

It will be a bit tricky to regulate the internet connection on each computer as long as you are on a shared network, because the bandwidth is automatically shared among the computers depending on the usage. For instance if a person is on YouTube, then they will be consuming a lot of bandwidth, same to a person who is downloading videos from the internet.

The best way that you can use to regulate this so as the internet does not slow down massively is to just reach an agreement with every user on the network on which time they can be allowed to watch videos on YouTube or download from the internet. If that does not offer the solution then as the administrator you may block some of the sites.

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Lee Hung

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