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Configure QoS on Archer c9 running WR-DDT

Posted on 2016-10-06
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Hi,

We have flashed our TP Link Archer C9 with WR-DDT firmware and it's working great. We'd like to configure QoS for Fonailty service. Does anyone have good step by step instructions for doing this?

Thanks.
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Presumably you saw this, but here as reference http://help.fonality.com/TroubleshootingFAQ/Troubleshooting(old)/What_is_QoS_and_how_do_I_use_it%3f
The ports identified here are needed. Some might a,ready be defined, you would add each service and set it to a higher priority, while downgrading www/httpd or similar data  services on your pop, IMAP, etc normal or lower, while the other are higher.

What issues are you experience statering, echo?

You should reserve 10-15% of available bandwidth when setting the QoS on the wan side.
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I did not but it helped a lot. for anyone else that comes along please see the attached screenshot. Remember thought that the settings are specific to the TP link Archer C9 with wr-ddt firmware and 80% of the site bandwidth.

(we also turned off spi firewall)
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