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Old 4th February 2012, 09:18 PM
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How can I get Fedora 16 to balance internet bandwidth?

Anytime I'm downloading something on Firefox or watching some stream video, it will use all my bandwidth so that it becomes impossible to load any page at all - even Google! I come from Windows 7 and it knew how to balance bandwidth between two or more applications so that I could still surf on the web while downloading something.

Is something wrong? There's a way to fix that?
  • OS: Fedora 16 (32 bits)
  • Internet connection type: ADSL

Thanks in advance.
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Old 7th February 2012, 12:52 AM
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Re: How can I get Fedora 16 to balance internet bandwidth?

Well, all of a sudden - I don't know why-, it stopped happening and now I can download and browse at the same time with no problem.

It's already solved, but if someone has any clue on what happened, I'd appreciate to know.
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