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Hi., I have a router having four ethernet ports and bandwidth of this router is 500kbps.Suppose one user used one Ethernet ports only rest of Ethernet ports are free, that ...
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    How Can I share a Equal Bandwidth ?


    Hi.,

    I have a router having four ethernet ports and bandwidth of this router is 500kbps.Suppose one user used one Ethernet ports only rest of Ethernet ports are free, that user should get 500Kbps...If I Add one or more user to any of the Remaining Ethernet ports how can i equally share a bandwidth among those two users ,it means each user should get 250kbps...






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    Quote Originally Posted by saravanang86 View Post
    Hi.,

    I have a router having four ethernet ports and bandwidth of this router is 500kbps.Suppose one user used one Ethernet ports only rest of Ethernet ports are free, that user should get 500Kbps...If I Add one or more user to any of the Remaining Ethernet ports how can i equally share a bandwidth among those two users ,it means each user should get 250kbps...






    Regards
    Saravanan G
    You can use IPTables for this. But I cannot give you any examples as it is over my head.....I'm still wrapping my head around this topic myself and I do not want to give you the wrong information. Maybe someone else can chime in. Also, there is a lot of info on the subject all you have to do is Google it.

    Cheers!
    etech97

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