I have a setup where there is a PC connected to my Airport Extreme by wired-LAN connection and my Mac is connected wirelessly. The PC gets IP 10.0.1.2, which is the first available IP address. My Mac's IP is 10.0.1.199, the last available IP. When downloading torrents, the PC will soak up the whole connection (it is only a 2MB connection I have) and the Mac will only get about 1/4 of the bandwidth (so PC downloads at 175kb/s and my Mac at 25kb/s). If I unplug the PC, my torrents speed up and are usually well over the 100kb/s range. Why does the PC get so much more bandwidth than the rest of the network? Is it because it is wired rather than wireless? Or because the IP is the first available so it gets first priority? I'd like all computers to get equal bandwidth when all demanding similar bandwidth.