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Updated:December 11, 2018
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Configuration of Client Quality Of Service (QoS) Association on WAP551 and WAP561 Access Points
Client QoS Association provides control over certain QoS aspects of wireless clients connected to the network. These QoS aspects include the amount of bandwidth allowed to a client, the ACL type that is required to control general categories of traffic like HTTP traffic, and the DiffServ policy. All of these are useful tools to characterize each wireless client that goes both inbound and outbound when it is authenticated on the network.
The article explains how to configure the Client QoS Association on WAP551 and WAP561 access points.
• WAP551 • WAP561
Client QoS Association
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Client QoS > Client QoS Association. The Client QoS Association page opens:
Step 2. Click the desired radio button for the configuration to apply to from the Radio field.
Note: Step 2 is available only for the WAP561 Access Point as the WAP551 has only one radio.
Step 3. From the VAP drop-down list, choose the VAP for which you want to configure the Client QoS parameters.
Step 4. Check Enable for the Client QoS Mode check box to enable Client QoS Mode.
Step 5. In the Bandwidth Limit Down field, enter the number of Mbps for transmission from the device to the client.
Step 6. In the Bandwidth Limit Up field, enter the number of Mbps for transmission from the client to the device.