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Old 01-20-2003, 09:12 AM   #1
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sharing the bandwidth

currently i have a dsl connection of 640/256 using a actiontec modem/router. my network consists of 3 computers all running &*$% 2000 pro. when i am gaming and someone is trying to surf, my pings are terrible (700-999) is it possible to load linux on a computer and use it as a game server/router so it will share the bandwidth 50/25/25?

i'm just a newbie who bought a book on linux with version 8.0 so be gentle
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