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In some unix flavours you can emulate a slow network connection to, say 4KB/s using
sudo ipfw pipe 1 config bw 4KByte/s
sudo ipfw add 100 pipe 1 tcp from any to me 80
Is there an equivalent in Windows?
Posted 15-Jun-10 16:35pm
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Solution 1

Several different methods are discussed here[^] however they are all to do with testing websites... assuming this is what you want to do, you could probably find one you like!
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Chris Maunder at 16-Jun-10 1:12am
   
Looks like Sloppy is the go. Thanks
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Solution 2

Chris,
 
In my last project I was trying to setup a slow network to test the website performance but I didn’t succeed, due to some policy restriction I was not able to install the 3rd party software.
 
I am not sure if any inbuilt tool available in windows for this, but definitely there are some third party free tools which can slow connection on TCP port.
 
You can have a look at this thread.
 
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1094760/network-tools-that-simulate-slow-network-connection[^]
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Chris Maunder at 16-Jun-10 1:12am
   
No luck in getting this to install in Win7. I'll keep plugging away though.

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