How to manage bandwidth on router?

By Stalvros
Sep 18, 2012
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  1. Hi there, I'm not sure if this belongs in THIS section,
    but do let me know if I posted at the wrong page.

    Basically, I wanted to ask more about bandwidth management.
    I've got this router at the moment;
    http://reviews.cnet.com/routers/asus-rt-n66u-dark/4505-3319_7-35110985.html

    I'm only talking about the WIRED part.
    So basically, it has 1 port in (for the modem)
    and 4 ports out (to all the pcs that'll be using a wired connection).

    I've got a total of 4Mbps download and a 0.4Mbps upload.
    How do I set it to custom?

    Like for example;
    Port Out A can only download a max of 1.75Mbps and 0.175Mbps upload.
    Port Out B can only download a max of 0.5Mbps and 0.05Mbps upload.
    Port Out C can only download a max of 1.5Mbps and 0.15Mbps upload.
    Port Out D can only download a max of 0.25Mbps and 0.025Mbps upload.

    Or, forget about the upload.
    The upload can be shared but NOT the download.
    Is it possible?

    I went to the software management of the router itself
    but it didn't give me such configuration option.
  2. alexe3831

    alexe3831 TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 122

    You can use the traffic manager feature on this router model, you can access it through the web management panel (default'd to 192.168.1.1)

    ~Alex


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