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JRDea

join:2013-01-31

[speed/latency] QOS settings for gaming

Hello, I am currently dorming with three other people who stream videos all day. This is bad news for me because I am a pc gamer. Games aren't even playable while they are streaming. After a little bit of research I stumbled upon QOS settings and it sounds like this is my solution. I checked on the router admin settings and it says I can change the QOS upstream settings. I am wondering if someone can walk me through how to do this. I have an actiontec GT784WNV.

diirk

join:2013-01-31
Ideally, you'll want to give your PC a fixed IP if it doesn't already have one. Then the following supplied by Nomy on Hellclan should work.

Upstream QoS: Enabled

QoS Type: Custom QoS

Name: Anything
Queue Priority: High
Reserved Bandwidth: (Leave Blank)

Protocol: All
TOS BIT Value: Any

Source: IP
Source IP: (Leave it at 0.0.0.0, it means all IPs)
Netmask: (Leave 255.255.255.255)
Port Range: (Leave it on 0 to 65535 because we want all ports)

IP: (Enter your PC's internal IP here, it normally starts with 192.168.)
Netmask: 255.255.255.0
Port range: 0 to 65535

Apply

JRDea

join:2013-01-31
reply to JRDea
It wont let me leave reserved bandwidth blank. should i put 0 or put spaces?

diirk

join:2013-01-31
Try 0 and see what happens.

JRDea

join:2013-01-31
reply to JRDea
it worked great..thanks broseph