>you have to make sure you set your download and upload
>speeds properly - if you set them hogher than real value,
>you'll face problems. if you set them at the real value,
>you'll get problems. best to set them to around 10% lower
>than they really are.
The magic shaper does that automatically.
>Also, if that machine is still hitting the network badly, you
>need to drop the priority of whatever protocol they are using.
>yes, if others are using the same protocol they will also be
>lower...but they'll all be evenly shared
But I have no way of knowing what ports they are using. And most likely its
port 80, so I can't do anything. Traffic is obviously not evenly shared. I
figure it can't be shared evenly if you don't tell the shaper which clients
there are in the LAN. Sure enough the traffic shaper won't find this out
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