here we got problems managing internet traffic in WINXP

here we got problems managing internet traffic in WINXP

Post by Alex Gallard » Fri, 25 Apr 2003 00:07:41

we have five computers connected between them with a 10 mb/s mini hub. One
of them is connected to internet based on a 128 kb DSL modem. the problem we
got is the "server" (win xp OS) gets all the traffic to himself, and the
other computers use internet on a residual bandwidth it left unused. ?How we
can manage a same bandwidth to all the computers in our domestic LAN? ?Is
there some way to configure the interner sharing on win XP to manage it?
?QoS is really needed or it can be deactivated to solve this problem?

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