How to set up QoS using TP-Link Wi-Fi router
The QoS (Quality of Service) feature allows you to prioritize the internet traffic of specific devices to guarantee a faster connection when you need it the most. The router has preset an appropriate bandwidth allocation policy, so you don’t need to set different priorities for all devices. Simply set the desired device to High Priority and set how long you want it to remain the high priority, then the device will be allocated with more bandwidth when the network is overloaded.
Case 1. If your TP-Link Wi-Fi router supports the HomeShield function.
Please refer to the FAQ on How to configure the HomeShield QoS feature on a TP-Link Router
Case 2. If your TP-Link Wi-Fi router supports the HomeCare function.
Please refer to the FAQ Using HomeCare QoS features in a TP-Link Router
Case 3. If your TP-Link Wi-Fi router doesn’t support the HomeCare function.
Please refer to the FAQ on How to set up QoS on the TP-Link Wi-Fi router that doesn’t support HomeCare function
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