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    Nov 08, 2008
    Router Priority
    Hi there
    basically i share an internet connection with my 2 housemates who literally eat the whole dam thing up with their streaming/downloading, is there anyway i can give myself more bandwidth than them? i am hardwired and next to the router and they are wireless, also they always pay me real late and make it such a hassle for me to get their parts of the bill that dam it i deserve a bit more!

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    I would go check the manual of your router to see if you can set device priority. If not you might be out of luck. There are very expensive router prioritization kits but check the manual first.
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