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Re: Good idea
said by talz13:Almost every router has basic QOS options that are easy to set and forget that give priority to VOIP and media streaming. The extra bells and whistles of this device aren't really needed. It is no doubt more about collecting info than it is about QOS requirements.
I think any home that has more than a couple users, and frequently uses video streaming or VoIP can benefit from QoS.
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I was simply referring to the line "I have yet to see an average home that really needed QOS"