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Bandwidth throttling in OS X
Authored by: robleach on Jan 23, '08 01:32:33PM

Well, this is cool. I've been using 'throttled', but I think I may like this technique better because when I watch the network activity, I'm not sure throttled is working very well. The graph in the network monitor definitely goes above the limits I set occasionally. I thought I remembered it working really well when I first set it up, but now I tend to get page stalls when browsing during a period of a lot of network activity (up/downloads going on on my mini). I've been assuming that my issues may stem from wireless network interference, but running iStumbler shows the interference is low. Ah well. I'll try this out. How do I limit bandwidth on all outbound (and separately inbound) ports instead of just one port?

Thanks,
Rob



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