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Learn mikrotik routeros tutorial series (english). Simple queues. sub menu: queue simple. the simplest way to limit data rate for specific ip addresses and or subnets is to use simple queues. you can also use simple queues to build advanced qos applications. they have useful integrated features: peer to peer traffic queuing applying queue rules on chosen time intervals priorities. Queue slows down router. in the routeros, each simple queue works on single cpu core. example which shows how to ease the load on simple queue on multi core systems (written on 6.34.3 routeros). this queue will work on single core and will not work as fast as it would be possible:. Mikrotik – voip qos – simple queues another bit of helpful code for mikrotik. we were getting some crackling on our voip phone system when the internet connection was maxed out, the following code let phone traffic run smoothly, based on the udp ports the voip service uses. Mikrotik tutorial 50 qos basics one simple queue for all users 8:16. mikrotik tutorial 51 qos basics separate simple queues for each user 11:13. mikrotik tutorial 53 qos basics.
Mikrotik Tutorial 51 Qos Basics Separate Simple Queues For Each User
Scripts for changing queue tree at different times of day. we have some very useful scripts that change the queue tree at different times of the day. at 19h it will start to check the average rate of prio8 queue and if it's below 20 mbit s it will disable it and enable prio8 19h what will guarantee 22mbit s for that kind of traffic. Cara membagi bandwidth yang paling mudah di router mikrotik adalah dengan setting simple queue mikrotik melalui winbox karena dengan simple queue kita tidak diharuskan membuat mangle terlebih dulu, anda bisa langsung limit bandwidth user berdasarkan ip address dan subnet berbeda dengan queue tree yang harus membuat mangle terlebih dulu dan konfigurasinya lebih susah namun lebih komplit. All these options require marking traffic with mangle and then prioritizing the packets via queues. there's a big thread regarding qos in the forums and many tutorials on yt. New toys you say? noticed this little gem in the mikrotik wiki this morning while reviewing queue types note: starting from v5.8 there is new kind none and new default queue only hardware queue.all routerboards will have this new queue type set as default interface queue only hardware queue leaves interface with only hw transmit descriptor ring buffer which acts as a queue in itself. I think i need to set up queue trees on the mikrotik and create a main queue for the available up down speeds and divide by some priorities. currently i don't know where to start as i can't see a way to create two distinct queues for incoming and for outgoing traffic (as i have an asymmetrical bandwidth).