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RUT240 QoS

Summary #

With QoS you can prioritize network traffic selected by addresses, ports or services. This chapter is an overview of the QoS function in RUT routers.

The information in this page is updated in accordance with the RUT2XX_R_00.01.12 firmware version.

General settings and Interfaces #

The General settings section is used to enable or disable all QoS functionality and the Interfaces section allows you to set up bandwidth limits for specified network interfaces.

Services qos general settings and interfaces.png
Field NameValueDescription
Enableyes | no; Default: noToggles QoS functionality ON or OFF
InterfaceWAN | LAN | PPP; Default: WANInterface that the rule applies to
Enableyes | no; Default: noToggles the rule ON or OFF
Calculate overheadyes | no; Default: noDecreases upload and download ratio to prevent link saturation
Half-duplexes | no; Default: noEnables data transmission in both directions on a single carrier
Download speed (kbit/s)integer; Default: 1024Specifies maximum download speed for the specified interface
Upload speed (kbit/s)integer; Default: 128Specifies maximum upload speed for the specified interface

Classification Rules #

Services qos classification rules.PNG
Field NameValueDescription
TargetPriority | Express | Normal | Low; Default: WANTarget for which the rule will be applied
Source hostAll | ip; Default: AllHost from which data will be transmitted
Destination hostAll | ip; Default: AllHost to which data will be transmitted
ProtocolAll | TCP | UDP | ICMP | — custom –; Default: AllData transmission protocol
PortsAll | integer [0..65535]; Default: 22,53Port(s) that will be used for transmission. You can enter multiple ports by separating them by commas (‘,’)
Number of bytesinteger; Default: ” “The maximum number of bytes for the connection

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