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Netgear GS716Tv2 gigabit managed switch

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Hi,

Could someone please tell me how I go about setting up a QOS on a specific port on this switch.
I have logged in and selected the QOS tab and understand that I select the interface G1, G2, G3 etc
but there is a global trust mode and a interface trust mode and don't know what to select, also I take it that
I also need to alter settings in the interface queue setting as well .
To put you in the picture I would like to throttle my wifi access point and give all hardwired stuff priority first of all before wifi as my son gets all his friends in with their phones and network is so slow its un-usable.

P.s. this is only for home use
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http://www.manualowl.com/m/Netgear/GS716Tv2/Manual/73555

under qos you can choose the qos per interface instead of globally.
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