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    Lightbulb Pseudo low bandwidth for localhost Apach?!

    Hi,
    Is there any way to make localhost Apache seems to be connecting at low speed? I develop some web applications locally, and I want to see how do it work with users connected to the Internet with low speed, let we say 64 Kbs!
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    Said Bakr
    AMD Athlon XP 1800+, Shuttle AK31 V3.1, 1.25 GB DDR RAM, ATI Radeon 9550 with 128 MB DDR and Viewsonic VA1912w wide screen with 1440 X 900 resoultion.

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    Re: Pseudo low bandwidth for localhost Apach?!

    Thank you. I found the solution. It is iprelay try from the command to do the following:

    Code:
    iprelay -b64000 8000:localhost:80
    I supposed that your localhost is running as default at port 80, so we assigned port 8000 to access it @ 64 kbs. So you just need to access it from your browser as http://localhost:8000, so everything will be loaded as you connected to the net @ 64kbs.

    If there is no iprelay installed on your system, the command line will tell you how to get it!
    Best Regards,
    Said Bakr
    AMD Athlon XP 1800+, Shuttle AK31 V3.1, 1.25 GB DDR RAM, ATI Radeon 9550 with 128 MB DDR and Viewsonic VA1912w wide screen with 1440 X 900 resoultion.

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