Iīm having a problem within my LAN.
My Lan is composed of 1 Linux Router/Firewall, wich forwards the internet connections. And 2 other regular windows computers (win98, WinXP) that hardly ever are turned on at the same time... At least for now.
Recently, before making my home LAN, I used Bittorrent with a download rate up to 24 Kb/s (sometimes lower rates). Right now I am downloading something wich is at a speed of 3-5 Kb/s. So I would like to know what can I do to improve the download/upload speed of my LAN.
By the way, I opened a port to use with bittorrent (changed the default in Bittorrent) and I am DNATting the connection to the computer (x.x.x.x: port) wich has Bittorrent installed.
iptables -A FORWARD -j ACCEPT -i wanic -p tcp --dport (the port I am using within Bittorrent)
iptables -nat -A PREROUTING -i wanic -p tcp --dport (the port I am using within Bittorrent) -DNAT --to-destination x.x.x.x:port <- wich is the port I am using within bittorrent...
Thanks in advance.