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QOS settings for a home network

I wish to do some traffic shaping. High priority will be interactive web pages - general browsing and/or gaming. Low priority will be P2P and downloads. I successfully configured this when I was using a Debian box as the gateway machine - both Firestarter and Wondershaper programs work quite well. For various reasons, the hardware setup has been reconfigured, and the Debian box is no longer the gateway machine. I want the router to take over traffic shaping duties, but I've only confused myself with the QOS page. Believe me, Mama ain't happy when one of the sons kills her online flash games with a download!! I have downloaded a PDF that claims to explain everything I need to know, but it seems to be specific to a WRT router - my page is quite different than the illustrations.

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SOURCE: Paradyne 6218-I2 and msn messnger

me to have this problem

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

SOURCE: Can't use p2p programs with my 6211-I2

i've tried with lots of port but all ports are close.. plzz help me... mash

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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SOURCE: D-Link DIR-625

What you need to do is long into your router's configuration. For the D-links, all you have to do is open internet explorer. Type in on the address bar and press enter. Once you get into the log in page, type in your username and password (not the same one as your wireless password). If you don't know. Try admin for username and leave password blank. It should work if you have not change the default password. Once inside the configuration page. Go to Advance, click on QoS engine on the left. Input the IP address of the VoIP box in the "source ip" , type in a name for your rule and select 1 for priority and input your ports for your VoIP box. The best thing you want to do is put your VoIP box before your router. That way you get better quality.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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SOURCE: How configure router for port used with p2p software?

First, know what your computer's IP address. This should be the computer that has the P2P software installed. (How to do this? Go here

Then, open your Internet Explorer and type in on the address bar this should prompt you to login. Just type in admin for both the username and password.

Go to Advanced Setup > NAT > Virtual Servers

Click on Add then Make New One and use the name of your P2P software for the Server Name. Then your computer's IP address for the Server IP (which you have obtained when you did the first instruction).

Then for the rest of info required such as External & Internal Port Start and End and the Protocol, you may refer to your P2P software port configuration.

If you're not sure what it is, check the support website of your P2P software.

Hope this will help. Cheers x

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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SOURCE: port can't open for game server

Am guessing this is the same router thats shown in the link.. Have a look at this.. and see the port trigerring option. that should solve teh issue

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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