In an AmazingPorts network the Quality of Service that a user recieves is dependent on:
The Applicable rule depends on which rule has been matched for a specific service, thus a user can experience different Quality of Service for different Services.
Below the default Traffic Control schema is outlined:
|10000||90000||1000||Emegency Voip||0 - 14|
|10000||85000||250||Emergency Data||15 - 28|
|10000||80000||200||Voip Staff||29 - 42|
|10000||75000||100||VoipGuest||43 - 56|
|10000||70000||Standard||57 - 70|
|1000||2000||Guest||71 - 84|
|50||200||Low||85 - 100|
Rate, Ceil and Burst "1000" = 1 Mbps
It has 7 "traffic classes" stacked "ontop" of each other. The QoS ID of a rule indicates which of the seven classes that will handle its traffic.
A local hotspot can create its own QoS schema.