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Since our college blocks access to p2p file sharing services (torrents, limewire, etc) the people on my floor in the dorms want to set up a server so we can share all of our media with each other. We came up with the idea of getting a server and just loading all of our music/video/etc files on...
What's the right way to set up a LAN where there are 8-12 constant streams of audio broadcasting/multi-casting? It seems like the streams are bogging down the network and WAP.