Queues Configuration Details

1. Simple Queue(Statik Queues)

  • Name: User A
  • Target: 172.16.1.10
  • Bandwidth: 1M Upload and 1M Download
  • Name: User B
  • Target:172.16.1.11
  • Bandwidth:700k Upload and 700k Download

 

Simple Queue(Statik Queues)
Simple Queue(Statik Queues)

 

2. Priority and Queue Order

By Default, all queues work by their order list(executes by serial or order number), as priority is 8 by default for each simple queues. If we change the priority less then 8 its will get more priority means if any queue has a priority of 7 Mikrotik queues will ensure his bandwidth first whatever his order. Priority 1 is MAX and it continues to 8.

Priority and Queue order
Priority and Queue order

3. Time-Based Queue

We will configure a target=172.16.1.10 with two different bandwidth limit one for the day(9 am to 6 pm). And another one for night(6 pm to 9 am)

 

Time-Based Queue
Time-Based Queue

 

4. PCQ(Per Connection Queue)

 

PCQ is used to ensure equal bandwidth to all users. Here we will configure two types of PCQ one will Rate and one without Rate.

 

 PCQ(Per Connection Queue)

 PCQ(Per Connection Queue)
PCQ(Per Connection Queue)

 

Without Rate: suppose we have total 10M bandwidth if we configure pcq without Rate each live users will share the same amount of bandwidth means if we have 5 users live each will get 2M if 2 users live each will get 5M.

With Rate: if we set Rate each user will share the same amount of bandwidth as set by Rate means if we set Rate as 2M, each user will be limited to 2M whatever u have more bandwidth unused.

5. How to queue bridge mode configure?

If you are in our MikroTik router ports or VLAN and ppoe bridge mode.

New Terminal mode

queue bridge mode configure
queue bridge mode configure

I hope it has been a useful article.