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How to change internet speed at home on a shared wireless network? We share internet on wireless network at home. When 4 people are at the same time at home, our internet speed drops so badly, if anybody uses it for broadband required applications such as youtube, hulu. In order to solve this problem, we want to divide our internet speed to 4. Let's say our total speed is 4mbit and everybody will use 1mbit of it. So, no matter what, we will use it equally. Do you think it is doable, if so how and what kind of software do we need to use to implement it? Thanks a lot for your answers...

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How to change internet speed at home on a shared wireless network? We share internet on wireless network at home. When 4 people are at the same time at home, our internet speed drops so badly, if anybody uses it for broadband required applications such as youtube, hulu. In order to solve this problem, we want to divide our internet speed to 4. Let's say our total speed is 4mbit and everybody will use 1mbit of it. So, no matter what, we will use it equally. Do you think it is doable, if so how and what kind of software do we need to use to implement it? Thanks a lot for your answers...

 

A spammer who has cpme back after nearly a year - well done! :shock::lol:

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Must be really frustrating to only be able to post once a year due to the slowness of your internet connection :lol:

 

Cristana..... splitting your 4meg internet speed so 4 of you can use equal proportions (if indeed it is possible to do) would without doubt cause you more problems than it would solve. Like already said just opt for a higher broadband speed and/or provider as most are offering 10meg as standard these days :wink:

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Well that's something new I've learnt. Can't say that there is much need for throttling in my home though :lol::lol:

 

One pretty basic home broadband connection... with two pc's and also and xbox 360 with heavy live gaming also running at the same time and never had any problem with them interfering with each other at all.

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