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D3.0 - Dedicated Service Class/Flow for WiFi Interface

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Endrit
D3.0 - Dedicated Service Class/Flow for WiFi Interface

I have a D3.0 modem that is concurrent mode compatible on 2.4/5 GHz and has up to 4 virtual interfaces per band.

I want to dedicate a service flow for on of the Guest WiFi interface ( presumably to use it as a Hot Spot ).

If i can get any direction on where to start or what should i focus on.

Endrit

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Many DOCSIS 3.0 gateways have

Many DOCSIS 3.0 gateways have built-in support for hotspot functions, typically running a GRE or L2TP tunnel back to a central access concentrator.

If the hotspot doesn't have some sort of built-in method to shape the traffic, you could setup a classifier to match this tunnel and assign to a particular flow.

Recommend you consult your modem documentation, or speak to your vendors tech support for more info on this topic.

Endrit
D3.0 - Dedicated Service Class/Flow for WiFi Interface

Thank you for your response.

What i intend to do is, while the modem will be used normally with its Ethernet and Wifi 2.4/5 GHz , simultaneously use another WiFi's Guest interface as a Hot Spot.

Till now modem has 2 Service Flows.
I want to add another 2.
How can i dedicate service flows to this Hot Spot interface ?
As all interfaces , this one too has its own index.
Is there a way to somehow attach service flows to a particular interface index ?

Maybe my approach of solving the issue its not the right one so i am open to any suggestion.

Endrit

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