we are going to have people stay over at our place for a while, so I wanted to setup a guest SSID which would allow them to connect to the internet but at crippled speed. Experience shows that some guests seem to think that watching Youtube all day long is ok.
So I started looking into bandwidth shaping and more often than not found the solution to be to get a second wireless router like the Linksys WRT54GL and put Tomato or DD WRT on it and configure the QoS.
But before I go out and get it I was hoping that maybe, just maybe, my WAG310G would allow me to do the same. So I set up the second SSID and went into the QoS settings.
I tried to configure queue management and an additional QoS rule, but frankly I have next to no idea what I am doing.
Also, I was hoping to limit the guest wifi permanently. But was told that QoS just manages the bandwidth when needed, i.e. if I were to be online at the same time as someone else on a lower priority.
Can someone please help a brother out?
P.S.: I figured I'd ask here, as I am on the Xnet Fusion plan and therefore I am limited to my WAG310G as a base modem/router.