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Re: Upgrading from 3.0.8 to 3.1.2

2 years ago, by os0008 in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I had to reinstall windows, and I installed 3.0.8 just after, so I don't have the problem any more. Thank you for your reply though.

Upgrading from 3.0.8 to 3.1.2

2 years ago, by os0008 in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hello, I have a licence for the software that worked from version 2.x.x to version 3.0.8. I then noticed that there is a new version, so I installed it to discover that it refused my licence. When I uninstalled it and went back to 3.0.8, it refused to connect to 'localhost'. Upon checking the 'Services', I noticed that the "Bandwidth Manager's" service can't be started for some reaso

Bandwidth Manager 2013

4 years ago, by os0008 in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hello, I have a standard license which you've given me in exchange for translating the old version to Arabic back in 2007 or 2008. Is there any chance that I could get a new license, please? Thank you.

BWM 2.9.16 BETA

8 years ago, by os0008 in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi, I'm very excited about the implementation (start-of) of prioritization. Thank you for working on it. What i wanted to ask is if, say, i have 2 users downloading, max bandwidth is 100K total, one is downloading at 50K (rule), the other wants to download at 60K (rule), does prioritization make one download at full speed than the other? For example, if i gave the 60K one max priority, and th

Re: Upcoming Bandwidth Manager

12 years ago, by os0008 in Bandwidth Manager Forum

Hi, I wanted to add some suggestions... 1- An Auto-refresh for the stats window, instead of pressing "Refresh" repeatedly to see a live graph. 2- Multi-selection for rules in the main window, to delete or drag multiple rules at the same time. 3- Ability to copy and paste rules to make multiple copies of them if needed (I know the Batch option, but it would be better to have Co

Re: PPPoE Connection with BWM

12 years ago, by os0008 in Bandwidth Manager Forum

I have PPPoE too, what i do is put the filters on my "network card" which faces the LAN, and leave the Internet Connection (Modem) unmanaged, this way i control the bandwidth of everyone easily without having to change anything in my configuration.