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Amped Wireless High Power Wireless-N 600mW Smart Router R10000 Smart Setup Wizard 1) Internet Connection 2) System Clock 3) Wireless Settings 4) Setup Summary More Settings Wireless Settings Basic Settings Security Settings Advanced Settings Wi-Fi Protected Setup Network Settings Local Network (LAN) Internet Network (WAN) Advanced Settings Smart Features Wireless Coverage Controls Access Schedule Block Websites User Access (MAC) User Access (IP) Firewall Settings Port Filtering Port Forwarding DMZ Virtual LAN Denial of Service Quality of Service Management System Status Network Statistics Dynamic DNS System Clock System Logs Upgrade Firmware Save/Reload Settings Password Quality of Service (Bandwidth Management) Quality of Service (QoS) enables the prioritizing of specific data traffic through your network. With Quality of Service you can guarantee that a specific computer or network device has sufficient (user defined) bandwidth and is prioritized over all other network traffic. Enable Quality of Service   Automatic Uplink Speed       Manual Uplink Speed (Kbps):   Automatic Downlink Speed       Manual Downlink Speed (Kbps): Quality of Service Rules Address Type: IP Address  MAC Address Local IP Address: - MAC Address: Mode: Guaranteed minimum bandwidth Restricted maximum bandwidth Uplink Bandwidth (Kbps): Downlink Bandwidth (Kbps): Comment:   Current QoS Rules Table Local IP Address MAC Address Mode Uplink Bandwidth Downlink Bandwidth Comment<           Helpful Tips: QoS prioritizes and guarantees network performance for a specific IP Address range or MAC Address.  QoS is often used for applications that require steady bandwidth.  Common applications include VoIP phones, video streaming applications (i.e. DVRs, network cameras, video on demand), online gaming and servers.  It is important to note that while QoS helps to prioritize and guarantee bandwidth for a specific device, it does not provide you with more bandwidth than you currently have.  For example, if your Internet Provider rates your internet connection speed at 5Mbps, QoS will not improve that connection.   QoS helps you better manage the 5Mbps that you have so that the bandwidth is prioritized for devices on your network that may need the provided 5Mbps more than other devices.  However, if you have an application that requires more than 5Mbps of steady bandwidth, the application will continue to experience “lag” with or without QoS since your available bandwidth is less than the required bandwidth of your application.  © 2011 Amped Wireless /Newo Corporation. All rights reserved.
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