duno about for windows, but there's quite a bit around on packet shaping for 
Linux and *BSD which amounts to the same thing - could be worthwhile sticking 
an old server in the middle with some different rules on different ports 
(i.e. port 81 set up for 14k4 equiv, 82 for 28k8 equiv, etc..)

sorry aint got any URLs but some googling should get you somewhere...


On Wednesday 31 October 2001 6:23 pm, Michael Hall wrote:
> I apologize for the only-vaguely-PHP-related nature of this, but I'm
> endlessly impressed with the knowledge here.
> I'm looking for a way to clamp down a network machine (we're on a T1) to
> modem speeds (28 to 52 K) for testing purposes.
> Is there software (preferably for Windows) that would do this?  Better yet,
> would this software be free?
> I don't want much, do I?
> Thanks.


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