Internet pppoe, incoming speed ~ 600kb/s, outgoing ~ 60kb/s.
ADSL modem, 4 Ethernet ports, wi-fi.
Router, 4 + 1 Ethernet, wi-fi.
Comp on Win 7(or 10) with two network interfaces.Ethernet.
Several wi-fi devices, 3 phones, 2 laptops.

I play ping-dependent network games on my computer.If someone in the LAN includes something like YouTube, the channel becomes clogged, ping rises to heaven.

Here is what I came up with(a litter for the paint-master): The computer acts as a gateway to other devices, it has priority over traffic over the others.

The question is, with what help to implement this?

Buy a cool router that knows how to prioritize traffic is not varic.
  • Netbalancer to the rescue
    Through it you configure the max network speed and priorities
    + there are a couple of tweaks that help reduce ping
    – Dracula's Croquet Oct 10 '19 at 03:41
  • Mikrotik’s cool router capable of covering such a speed costs 20 bucks.Not an option? – Fantasy Square Oct 10 '19 at 07:01

1 Answers 1

There are no standard tools on windows to configure traffic prioritization.
Unless you install third-party software, like a proxy.

Internet pppoe, incoming speed ~ 600kb/s, outgoing ~ 60kb/s.
Something is really bad for ADSL.
  • This is still good) – Dracula's Croquet Oct 10 '19 at 03:38
  • Well, yes, there isn’t much choice, only in the village – MTV's48 Oct 10 '19 at 10:16
  • Qos only works relatively well with a guaranteed channel.And it does not work with incoming udp traffic. – Unbelievable8 Oct 10 '19 at 11:14
  • [[nApoBo3]], I'm sorry, I'm not strong in terms, maybe not qos then, but something else? All I need is a stable ping in games.Unrealistic? – MTV's48 Oct 10 '19 at 11:15
  • [[New_Horizons]], you cannot directly influence the traffic that goes in your direction.With a guaranteed band, it is narrowed a little more artificially, and then you can indirectly control the speed in tcp.But this does not work with udp anyway.If not guaranteed channel width, and even so narrow and most likely not very high quality in terms of losses, it is very difficult to do something on the client side. – Unbelievable8 Oct 10 '19 at 20:55
  • [[nApoBo3]], Why only the one that goes in your direction? In any direction - at least to you, at least from you.You can influence it only on your section of the route. – Blissful Crystal Oct 11 '19 at 03:51