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Old 05-23-03, 21:12
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Lightbulb Needed: Application to dynamically control my bandwidth!

I run a lot of applications that transfer data over the internet and lately I've been wondering if there's such a thing as an application that will "dynamically control my bandwidth?" By this I mean that I'd be able to manually set how much bandwidth a particular application is allotted. This would give me greater control over transfers and would allow me to place a higher priority on transfers that are more important than others. A tool that could do this for me would be very useful. :P

Any suggestions? TIA.
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