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can we contorl the data packets for every user connected to same router individually??????????????????????
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More than likely, your data packet will be torn to smithereens by the router bit spinning at 20,000 rpm's ! :-)

Sorry friend. You need to read before posting. Good luck with your router.
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If your router is made by Bosch, Porter Cable, DeWalt, Hitachi, Milwaukee, or a few others then we can give you excellent advice on how to control it. The one you are referring to not so much.

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RE:can we contorl the data packets for every user connected to same router individually

Actually I can answer this question! it depends on the type of firewall you you use, or you can if you put in a managed switch. we use CheckPoint and Cisco switches here and can control both inbound and outbound data packets. if you need to we can also mirror a port and use wireshark to monitor the data moving through a port. but if you have a cheap router and of a non-managed (dumb) switch then not so much.

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