Quality of Service (QoS) is a method used to manage data consumption without blocking or restricting access to specific internet resources. The use cases of QoS include:
1. Limit on certain online activities. You can control the speed and availability of certain online activities using predefined settings. For example, with a QoS set to 128 Mbps in a package, your users can check mail or chat on instant messaging platforms, but they won’t be able to stream videos.
2. Permanent speed limit. Our system offers seven different QoS presets that allow you to set a permanent bandwidth speed limit, ranging from 32 Kbps to 2 Mbps.
3. Bandwidth limit based on data threshold. You can restrict bandwidth after a user reaches a specific threshold of data usage. For example, you can create a package with unrestricted access until the user consumes 200 MB of data in a day. Once the user crosses this threshold, their bandwidth can be automatically reduced to 128 Kbps until midnight.
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