Kids are using up all the bandwidth of really bad internet connection?

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I m trying to download a 1gb+ game and it is not progressing at all because these two little shits need to watch mine craft 24/7. One on an iPad and one on a chrome book. They load their videos flawlessly while it takes 20 seconds to just open yahoo answers. How can I steal the bandwidth from them?

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Lucas:
Don't know if you can do it at home. But when I worked on cruise ships, the internet was allocated. The crew was last on the priority where the cruise directors office, the captain, etc all had very fast connections. Guests were 2nd due to the need for land communication.

Anyway, there's a way to do it, but I don't know what the deal is for doing it at home.

Richard:
Either connect to the router with an Ethernet cable and turn off the wireless network system, or simply change the WiFi pass phrase.

Just connecting with an Ethernet cable even without changing wireless settings in the router should immediately give you some advantage as they will be sharing one single channel, the WiFi network, which is half duplex, while you will no longer be sharing it with them and will have your own separate full duplex channel to use.

I hope this helps.

MsBittner:
When there's not enough bandwidth to meet everybody's needs, you have to get together to work out something fair. You can assign blocks of time during which each person can "hog" bandwidth, for instance–and everyone gets a turn.
wallace:
Either the above answer or pay for a second service that is only yours.

Ron

David S:
Access your router through your browser. Assign static IP addresses to each device and set yours as highest priority.
Ron75:
Either the above answer or pay for a second service that is only yours.

Ron

Gavin:
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