IP QoS Downstream Settings for the Actiontec GT784WNRouter Sceenshot

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Advanced Setup - QoS - Downstream Blocking/Filtering Services Blocking Website Blocking Scheduling Access Broadband Settings IP Addressing WAN IP Settings LAN IP And DHCP Settings IGMP Snooping QoS Settings QoS Upstream QoS Downstream Remote Remote GUI Remote Telnet Routing Dynamic Routing Static Routing Security Admin Password Port Forwarding Applications DMZ Hosting Firewall NAT UPnP DDNS IPSEC IP QoS Downstream Settings Enabling the IP QoS feature, allows for the prioritization of certain types of traffic (such as VoIP) before standard data traffic. Traffic shaping your network with QoS can also increase application performance and prevent your network from becoming overloaded. Follow Steps 1-7 below to setup IP QoS. 1. Check the boxes below to enable QoS and to enable QoS in Trusted Mode. Then, name the Rule. Downstream QoS: Enable Disable 2. Select Default Qos or Custom Qos Below. Qos Type: Default Qos  Custom Qos 3. Click "Apply" to save your settings. 3. Name  the custom rule below. Then, set the desired priority and reserved bandwidth for the applications. Name: Queue Priority: High   Medium   Low   Reserved Bandwidth: Total available bandwidth:   4. Select the Protocol and TOS BIT value. Protocol: ALL TCP UDP GRE ICMP TOS BIT Value: Any 1(Low) 2 3 4(Medium) 5 6 7(High)   5. Select Source IP information. Source: IP    MAC    Source IP: Netmask: Port Range: to   6. Select Destination IP information. IP: Netmask: Port Range: to   7. Click "Apply" to save your settings. QoS Rule List: NAME Priority Protocol Source IP/MAC Range Source Port Range Dest IP Range Dest Port Range Edit Copyright 2010 Actiontec Inc. All Rights Reserved
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