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Upload Throttle Scheduling?


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Hi all... there doesn't appear to be a way to do this, but maybe I missed it.

I'd like to be able to schedule upload throttling on my cloud drive. Example: middle of the night when no one's using the internet, remove throttling (or set it to very high value). In the day when the internet is being used, throttle to 50% of upload bandwidtch (for example).

If Cloud Drive is saturating my upload bandwidth, the quality of my internet for other devices drastically drops.

I've played around with finding that 'sweet spot', but would love to schedule throttling.

 

Thanks. 

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On 6/27/2021 at 1:23 PM, rbutler81 said:

Hi all... there doesn't appear to be a way to do this, but maybe I missed it.

I'd like to be able to schedule upload throttling on my cloud drive. Example: middle of the night when no one's using the internet, remove throttling (or set it to very high value). In the day when the internet is being used, throttle to 50% of upload bandwidtch (for example).

If Cloud Drive is saturating my upload bandwidth, the quality of my internet for other devices drastically drops.

I've played around with finding that 'sweet spot', but would love to schedule throttling.

 

Thanks. 

2nd this.  Yes please.  I'm constantly having to monitor my upload throttle.  It's becoming a problem for me.  I have other things that require my upload bandwidth during the day, but at night, I don't need to throttle.

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