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    Question How can I hog all the bandwidth?

    Hello,

    I would like some advice if I could. I currently have Gigabit internet with Rogers. My tennant (in a basement apartment) has been happily sharing my connection for a few years now. He has decided that he now wants his own cable internet connection at around 150Mbps, but by adding another modem on the same cable line.

    I know this will affect the performance of all modems on the wire, and he is irritating me by making this move.

    My question is: Is there some way to ensure that my Gigabit connection is constantly using all available bandwidth on the line? I want to make sure he realized how slow his stupid move will make his connection.

    Any advice is most appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Chris

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    It won't necessarily do anything to your connection ... you certainly don't think your cable line isn't shared with everyone else in your 'hood, do you?

    Not only that, if you're on Gig, you're almost certainly using DOCSIS 3.1 and an OFDM channel, so you're even LESS affected.

    Don't be stupid nor an a-hole, and you should be GLAD he's not using the fixed bandwidth you have coming OUT of your modem.

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