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Ultimate Geek

  # 506666 15-Aug-2011 11:34
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Thanks for the info Mark Laughing

I was trying to set a limit on Youtube a few weeks back so it wouldn't interfere at all with a 64Kbps audio stream (the whole reason for Snap as a back-up). I use Bandwidth Manager for this and to pass TCP ACK packets without queuing to stop uploads screwing up downloads. Although I think by the looks of things @ your end it bursts to buffer then slows down Youtube anyway to only what's needed?

I was trying a whole host of IP ranges including the TCL one's to try and limit Youtube to 1.2mbps (enough for 360p) but I wasn't have any success and gave up on it after after entering countless IP's willy nilly from netstat observances. So I'll go try that range instead.


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  # 508062 17-Aug-2011 16:23
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I see something has been reconfigured as today comes up with this:

  1    43 ms    99 ms    99 ms  dsldevice.lan []
  2    20 ms    20 ms    20 ms []
  3    20 ms    19 ms    20 ms []
  4    37 ms    38 ms    37 ms []
  5    35 ms    35 ms    35 ms []
  6    35 ms    35 ms    35 ms
  7   171 ms   161 ms   160 ms []
  8   167 ms   163 ms   162 ms []
  9   160 ms   162 ms   160 ms
 10   229 ms   164 ms   162 ms
 11   192 ms   160 ms   160 ms
 12   190 ms   191 ms   191 ms
 13   189 ms   189 ms   189 ms
 14   193 ms   197 ms   198 ms
 15   194 ms     *      188 ms [] still points to:

  1    70 ms    99 ms    99 ms  dsldevice.lan []
  2    21 ms    20 ms    26 ms []
  3    21 ms    20 ms    22 ms []
  4    21 ms    20 ms    20 ms []
  5    35 ms    34 ms    35 ms
  6    38 ms    37 ms    37 ms

I'm just happy I can set a bandwidth limit on Youtube video now.


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