1. Simple Queue(Statik Queues)
- Name: User A
- Bandwidth: 1M Upload and 1M Download
- Name: User B
- Bandwidth:700k Upload and 700k Download
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.
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)
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.
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
/interface bridge settings> set use-ip-firewall=yes
I hope it has been a useful article.