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Updated:August 10, 2017
Enable Wi-Fi Multimedia on RV120W and RV220W
Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) allows you to assign different processing priorities to different types of traffic. You can configure QoS settings to provide different priority to different applications, users, or data flows, or to guarantee a certain level of performance to a data flow.
This document explains how to configure Wi-Fi Multimedia.
• RV120W • RV220W
Enable Wi-Fi Multimedia
Step 1. Using the Configuration Utility, choose Wireless > Basic Settings.
Step 2. Check the box in the row of the profile you want to configure and then click Edit WMM.
Step 3. Check the Enable box to enable Wi-Fi Multimedia feature for this selected profile. Configuring this table helps the security device in reading the ToS bits in the IP packet and perform queuing based on the QoS policy selected.
Queue 4 has the highest priority and Queue 1 has the lowest priority. When this feature is enabled, the specified Default Class of Service Priority (DSCP) is applied to the entries in the DSCP to the Queue Table. This table helps map the IP ToS values to the WMM queues.