Topic "Bandwith Trottling"

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Revision17

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I usually do scp transfer overnight, and the server I'm grabbing the stuff on is using 1 way cable (meaning cable for downloading and regular dialup, at about 24kbit, for uploads). I don't want to kill this computer's download speeds by using up all the upstream bandwith and I was wondering if there's any way I can throttle the amount of bandwith I'm using.
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Revision17

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Oops, I missed that little speed slider. Thanks anyway Smile
Revision17

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The speed slider doesn't work too well. Would it be possible to add a place where you can type in the maximum amount of bandwidth to use in some future version?
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Revision17 wrote:
The speed slider doesn't work too well.

Why do you think, it doesn't work too well?

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Would it be possible to add a place where you can type in the maximum amount of bandwidth to use in some future version?

I do not plan it now Sad
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