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Old 10-13-2006, 02:21 PM   #1
geosko
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Priority program bandwith manger (HTTP,FTP)


hi i have a small home network and in my router linux i have centos 4.4 and i am downloading via p2p all day
so i would like if exist an easy program with gui (if it doesn'y a command line hard program) that i could give high priority to http and ftp so the browsing would be fast and small priority to the downloading apps (byy googling i found bthe bandwith manager but it seemed to me quite difficult and i already have a firewall program the firestarter)
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