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NAT Port map. Port fw. Port tri. ALG UPnP QoS Routing Quality of Service (QoS) refers to the capability of a network to provide better service to selected network traffic. The primary goal of QoS is to provide priority including dedicated bandwidth, controlled jitter and latency (required by some real-time and interactive traffic), and improved loss characteristics. Also important is making sure that providing priority for one or more flows does not make other flows fail. QoS Types :   Application-based QoS Port-based QoS QoS : Priority Queue Bandwidth Allocation Disabled Unlimited Priority Queue Local IP Address Description The IP address will not be bounded in the QoS limitation High/Low Priority Queue Protocol High Priority Low Priority Specific Port FTP 20,21 HTTP 80 TELNET 23 SMTP 25 POP3 110 Name:  Name:  Name:  Type :   Download Upload Both Local IP range :    ~  Protocol :   ALL TCP UDP SMTP HTTP POP3 FTP Port range :    ~  Policy :   Min Max Rate(bps) :   FULL 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M 512K 256K 128K    Current QoS Table: NO. Type Local IP range Protocol Port range Policy Rate(bps) Select       Enable Port-based QoS QoS :    Enabled  Disabled  Port No. Priority Flow Control Ingress Rate(bps) Egress Rate (bps) WAN Low High Disable Enable Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Port 1 Low High Disable Enable Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Port 2 Low High Disable Enable Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Port 3 Low High Disable Enable Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Port 4 Low High Disable Enable Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M Full 32M 16M 8M 4M 2M 1M :     kbits :     kbits