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Hello,

I was wondering if it’s possible to set a exact bandwidth for a device? Lets say I only want to have my PC on 5 MBit/s Down and Upload not more, how can I do that?

And if it’s not possible yet, could you add this to DumaOS 3.0?

Thank you.

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Welcome to the forum!

You can disable Share Excess in the three-line menu in Bandwidth allocation, this will mean the device does not get speeds over whatever you set.

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42 minutes ago, Netduma Liam said:

Welcome to the forum!

You can disable Share Excess in the three-line menu in Bandwidth allocation, this will mean the device does not get speeds over whatever you set.

Ahh, got it. Thanks! But you can’t do this without disabling Share Excess? Would this be a problem to add this feature?

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No it's not possible without disabling share excess currently - doing this will also restrict all other devices to their allocations as well. We can do that and it has been requested before so will likely make it in down the line.

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12 minutes ago, Netduma Fraser said:

No it's not possible without disabling share excess currently - doing this will also restrict all other devices to their allocations as well. We can do that and it has been requested before so will likely make it in down the line.

Would be maybe a feature to add in Duma OS 3.0. Don’t know if that will a big problem or if it’s easy done but it would be definitely cool.

Thanks for the fast answers guys.

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37 minutes ago, oeN said:

Would be maybe a feature to add in Duma OS 3.0. Don’t know if that will a big problem or if it’s easy done but it would be definitely cool.

Thanks for the fast answers guys.

You're welcome! 3.0 has already been made more or less so would probably be looking at 3.1 for that

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