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I have a roommate that constantly is hogging all the bandwidth on my airport Extreme. I want to know if it's possible to disable the LAN ports on the Airport Extreme or at least limit the bandwidth he is able to use. I have tried to use Access to do this, but it does not work with computers connected directly through LAN. Timed Access only works for Wireless clients.
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You could block his MAC address. That's probably a bit drastic though. You could set your MAC address as highest priority and his as lowest priority in QoS.
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