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Any recommendations of Windows software I can use to accomplish simulating poor internet connections for the purposes of testing a web application?



I've heard of Linux network kernel modules that provide this kind of poor connection simulations but I need something for Windows.


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Duplicates… – Zoredache May 21 '09 at 4:17
up vote 3 down vote accepted

From the duplicate question NetLimiter seems like Windows option.


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