I am getting a 404 web error on the router URL you posted from NewEgg.com
So I have no clue what router you linked us to.
There are routers with QoS features built into the firmware.
There are also features that allow certain Mac addresses to have more flow then others or restricted flow.
I have a NetGear WNR2000v2 wireless N router, mine has many features which allow QoS and Bandwidth control per platform such as VoIP, streaming videos, MSN through a QoS Rule and to which a priority
of either low priority or high priority can be set on a specific type of web service.
It can also be set according to a computer or other hardware's MAC address, to give one system or device more bandwidth than another, even on a 24 hour time schedule. So at any point during a 24 hour clock cycle, you can change the bandwidth allowances from one MAC address to another, by either lowering one while raising another and vise-versa.
I do not know which router you have but if you could post the make and model number instead of a url to it I can look the device up myself and see what features it has.
Edited by MrBruce1959, 17 December 2010 - 02:10 AM.