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senis_kenis

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When do we get to see this feature ?
I think everyone need this, even coyote linux floppy edition has this. It even has priority levels. You can set high priority for servers and low for browsers. It's very useful. In office where are my servers i have to switch to something that has bandwidth control Sad even if I like kerio more... (I'd like to hear some response from kerio)
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Crusher

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Yeh, this feature will really really helps me and my network....

Plz, give us this bandwidth control !!!! Mad
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ewieldra

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tsssss.... it wil come.. be patience // download bandwidthcontroller ....

Thnx and Greetings...

Emiel Wieldraaijer
The Netherlands
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NeoGeo

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adrian

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Yes i should really need this ...
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Bio}{azard

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I agree. Being able to control the bandwidth is a real basic need. Also being able to set priorities on traffic types would be equally valuable. New Linksys routers can give priority to certain types of traffic. I would love the ability to give priority to certain protocols over others.
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