Problem My download is 4mb and upload 512kb. When someone is doing upload via my router, it fills all the pipe which I understand from my question's answer here. This causes my ping very high, unable to gaming and surfing.

Since my router has no traffic control feature but it has QoS. After googling, I can't find any guide how to setup QoS to give priority to my game protocol.

Here is the qos pages.

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I have found a simple and only solution to the problem as asked by you since I also met the same. The thing is in DSL-2750U you opt for traffic control as in other D-Link router versions.Even in QOS, you don't have the option for controlling your download and upload speed for any device connecting the router. But fortunately I have found a way to control the overall data transmission rate. This option below if set, then you can control the incoming rate for all the device connected to the router but you can't able to set each preferred device a different rate.

(Sorry to say, I have not included the images as the forum is not allowing to do so because am a newbie)

STEP 1 : Login ADSL page by giving your username and password. By default username is admin password also admin.

STEP 2 : After logging in, Click on the ADVANCED option in the top row and click on the Advanced Settings.

STEP 3 : Inside the Advanced Settings you will find Advanced wireless settings. By default the Transmission rate is Auto.

STEP 4 : Click on the Transmission rate it will drop a list of values from 1 to 300. Here the values are Mbps. Choose the required speed you want to send the data.

STEP 5 : For instance if your data speed is 4 Mbps and you want to control your data speed to 2 Mbps as its draining your monthly usages limit (especially when you are using limited data subscriptions), you can change the value to 2 and click apply in the end of the page.

Now you can speed test your data connection. You will be getting the reduced data rate than your real one.

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