I have a Linksys N300, E1200 router and it has a built in QoS functionality, but I read somewhere that QoS is like spikes, as in like turnlike and not constant (I'm sorry I don't know how to explain). I wanted to be able to manually set bandwidth caps for PCs on my home network. I saw something about setting the designated PC to a static IP and then doing something, but it wasn't well explained enough. I also saw something about setting designated PC in a different port and setting priority to that low. I think DD-WRT doesn't have a feature to manually set bandwidth caps, and my router is compatible with it. What other firmware would be the best in this situation? I saw on Tomato firmware's site that it needs a Broadcom-based router and I'm not sure if mine is that. Thank you.