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Quality of Service (QoS) Association provides additional control over certain QoS aspects of the wireless and Ethernet interface. It also provides control of the amount of bandwidth an individual client is allowed to send and receive. You can use the Client QoS Global Settings page to enable or disable the QoS functionality on a Wireless Access Point (WAP). When disabled, rate limiting, and DiffServ configurations are globally disabled. When enabled, you can also enable or disable Client QoS mode on particular Virtual Access Points (VAPs) or Ethernet.
This article aims to show you how to enable Client QoS Global Settings on a wireless access point.
Step 1. If you are using the WAP571 or WAP571E, log in to the web-based utility and choose Client QoS > Global Settings.
If you are using the WAP131, WAP150, WAP351, or WAP361, log in to the web-based utility and choose Quality of Service > Global Settings.
Step 2. Check the Enable Client QoS Mode check box.
If you are using the WAP131, WAP150, WAP351, or WAP361, check the Enable QoS Mode check box.
Step 3. Click Save.
You should now have successfully enabled QoS Global Settings on your WAP.