In my small company (8 people), I am trying to have equity rules for our 10Mbps internet connection. We use a Cisco RV120 VPN Router, firmware version : 184.108.40.206.
My idea was use QoS rate limit, and to set a low limit to everyone at 1Mbps and high limit at 10Mbps, so that everyone can at least have 10% of the total bandwith. I have several problems with this config.
1) While testing my config, I reduced the high limit to 1Mbps, and it seems not to work, I could still download at 10Mbps.
WAN QoS enabled
WAN QoS Mode: Rate limit
Total WAN (Internet) Bandwidth 10Mbps
- Name: All
- Priority (not modifiable): Low
- Minimum Bandwidth Rate Kbps: 1000
- Maximum Bandwidth Rate Kbps: 1000
- Service: Any
- IP Address Range
- Start: 192.168.1.2
- End: 192.168.1.254
Is there anything wrong in my config or in my understanding? Why can I still download at 10Mbps?
2) I suspect that using only one profile including the whole IP range is not a good idea, and the minimum/maximum is for the sum of all the computers in the range. But as we are in DHCP, I don't want to manually create 254 rules for each possible IP.
Is there another way to achieve what I want to do ?
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