The "speed" of a network card is generally categorized in either Megabits or Gigabits per second. It's very common these days to find that your computer has a 1 Gb/sec card (wired). Of course, the network that this card is plugged into would have to be able to support that connection.
What you talking about not I want, I want making network card that be speed 2Mb,
becuse I put real IP for this card and I want limit for connection with internet by 2M "256/s",
I hope you understand me>>>>
I want to determine the speed of data transfer by the network card, because I use real ip on this interface,,,,,
I had the fiber line at 18 Mb,,I do not want the server take all bandwidth" all speed 18Mb"
To manage the use of network bandwidth, you can use Specify Throttle Rate to configure a QoS policy with a throttle rate for outbound traffic. By default, the Specify Throttle Rate check box is not selected. With throttling, a QoS policy will limit the outgoing network traffic to a specified rate. Both DSCP marking and throttling can be used together to manage traffic effectively.
No sorry...wont be able to log into your system and configure this for you. Did you read the QoS document the link references above? You mentioned SErver 2008 first, now Win 7... should be the same process.
Unforunately, i dont have a "quick setup guide to share".