Does bandwidth control guarantee that a device gets the specified bandwidth?

Does bandwidth control guarantee that a device gets the specified bandwidth?
Does bandwidth control guarantee that a device gets the specified bandwidth?
2017-06-21 06:33:34
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Bandwidth control isn't working for me on my TP-LINK TL-WDR3500. I set it to guarantee 300Kbps ingress to my VSX-1121 A/V receiver so that I can listen to Internet radio. However, when I copy a large set of files across the network, Internet radio stops working. It appears that bandwidth control isn't limiting the file copy bandwidth to ensure that the A/V receiver gets the needed network bandwidth. Is there any way to fix this? Some file copy operations take many hours at 150 Kbps wireless speeds. Thanks.
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Re:Does bandwidth control guarantee that a device gets the specified bandwidth?
2017-07-13 17:50:21
do you put 300 in the min or max? it should be min then receiver will get 300kbps at least. Also make sure you have input the correct download and upload speed in the control settings.
find more here, http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-557.html
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