Firmware Version: 1.32NA
Hardware Version: A4
Product Page: DIR-655
Setup Advanced Tools Status Support

QoS Engine

Use this section to configure D-Link's QoS Engine. The QoS Engine improves your online gaming experience by ensuring that your game traffic is prioritized over other network traffic, such as FTP or Web. For best performance, use the Automatic Classification option to automatically set the priority for your applications.

WAN Traffic Shaping

Not Estimated

kbps  << 

No

QoS Engine Setup

10 -- QoS Engine Rules

Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Name
Priority
(1..255)
Protocol
 << 
Local IP Range
to
Local Port Range
to
Remote IP Range
to
Remote Port Range
to
Helpful Hints...

If the Measured Uplink Speed is known to be incorrect (that is, it produces suboptimal performance), disable Automatic Uplink Speed and enter the Manual Uplink Speed. Some experimentation and performance measurement may be required to converge on the optimal value.

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