4. On the user-dened QoS rules page, there are four default
online service types – web surf, HTTPs and le transfers.
Select your preferred service, ll in the Source IP or MAC,
Destination Port, Protocol, Transferred and Priority, then
click Apply. The information will be congured in the QoS rules
 
a) Enter a specic IP address, such as "".
b) Enter IP addresses within one subnet or within the same IP
pool, such as “192.168.123.*”, or “192.168.*.*”
c) Enter all IP addresses as “*.*.*.*” or leave the eld blank.
d) The format for the MAC address is six groups of two
hexadecimal digits, separated by colons (:), in transmission
order (e.g. 12:34:56:aa:bc:ef)
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a) Enter a specic port, such as “95”.
b) Enter ports within a range, such as “103:315”, “>100”, or
 Transferred column contains information about the upstream
and downstream trac (outgoing and incoming network trac) for
one section. In this column, you can set the network trac limit (in
KB) for a specic service to generate specic priorities for the service
assigned to a specic port. For example, if two network clients, PC
1 and PC 2, are both accessing the Internet (set at port 80), but PC 1
exceeds the network trac limit due to some downloading tasks, PC
1 will have a lower priority. If you do not want to set the trac limit,
leave it blank.
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