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Quality of Service (QoS) | Nighthawk Pro Gaming

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See how you can use Quality of Service (QoS) to prioritize your gaming devices for that competitive edge. Quality of Service (QoS), powered by DUMA OS on the NETGEAR XR500 Gaming Router, you won't get bogged down by congestion when others are using your network. QoS works by limiting the bandwidth applications can take while you're playing. This lets your essential gaming traffic to pass through, preventing lag that could make or break your match. Anti-Buffer Bloat limits total upload and download bandwidth that greedy devices could use. Bandwidth Allocation lets you reserve the bandwidth you need, so if your PC needs bandwidth, you can always get it. And Traffic Prioritization uses enterprise-level packet inspection to make sure your game's traffic is the first in the queue.



Learn more about Nighthawk Pro Gaming: http://www.netgear.com/npg/xr500/

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sure go ahead and to that, the DumaOS site with a small notation somewhere on how the R1 development will go and the upcoming features should be sufficient enough to prevent comments like mine above

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Yup we're working on that as you speak mate. Should be up in a couple days. We're quite busy with launch stuff at the moment hence the delay :)

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