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Setup QOS Feature on Netgear WNDR 3700

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Our small business uses the Netgear WNDR3700 router.  We purchased it new about a month ago.  Our main software application is web based, and uses a secure https://oursoftware.com type address.  

How can we set up the QOS feature on the Netgear router so that traffic going to and from this website gets priority?

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In your router's setup page, go to ADVANCED -> QOS SETUP. Then click "Setup QOS Rule" . Here you will be able to create a QOS Rule and specify the port you want to give priority. In your case it sounds like port 80. Then from the priority drop down box, just assign High.

You should be all set then..
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