Assign traffic priority to specific LAN port possible?

Advanced feature discussion, beta programs and unsupported "Labs" features.
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by ulfn » Mon Jun 23, 2014 7:10 am
Hi there,
just became a new Fusion customer and am so far quite happy with it and your support. While the distance from your equipment limits throughput, it is now quite stable after tweaking by your service team (1088 down, 480 up, and stable with no repeated resyncing, Pace 4111N with 4 LAN ports in the back). Since this speed is relatively low, when I download a large file (e.g. email replication, virus update) this often leads to an overall slowdown on all connections. It would be great if one could assign priority or less priority to certain LAN ports, maybe LAN1 > LAN2 > LAN3 > LAN4 , or just LAN1 ahead of all others?
To be more specific: an ongoing SIP (session initiation protocol) connection on LAN1 will experience severe distortion/loss if a large traffic event (file down/upload) occurs on LAN2. Can LAN1 be given higher priority, or LAN2 be deprioritized so that the SIP connection can stay "on top"?
Thanks, Ulf
by darkzone » Wed Jun 25, 2014 1:45 am
No one will be able to say unless you post the model # of your router. My ZyXEL can do this but the interface is confusing if you don't know the lingo.
by ulfn » Mon Jun 21, 2021 10:05 am
The model is the ATT U-verse branded Pace 5268AC FXN and it is not possible to do traffic shaping on it.
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