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#### INSTALLATION #

You must download and install Winpcap from: 

http://winpcap.polito.it

I recommend version 3.0 at this time.

Then, unzip Bandwidthd to the folder of your choice. Edit 
etc/bandwidthd.conf to suit your environment. Double click 
"Install Service" to install the service.  You can now start 
Bandwidthd from the services control panel.  Stopping the 
service from the services panel not supported.  You will 
need to kill it with task manager if you want it stopped.

If you have more than one network interface card, and you 
want to listen on a specific device, you can run 
"List Device Names" to produce a list of devices that can 
be used on the "dev" line in bandwidthd.conf.  By default, 
Bandwidthd listens on the first interface it detects.