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Implementation of QoS

You can use QoS to reserve bandwidth for particular users, services, or applications
1) You can use QoS to reserve bandwidth for particular users, services, or applications

You can use QoS to prioritize access to bandwidth, based on user needs.
2) You can use QoS to prioritize access to bandwidth, based on user needs.

You can use QoS to partition bandwidth between best-effort traffic and higher or lower priority traffic
3) You can use QoS to partition bandwidth between best-effort traffic and higher or lower priority traffic

You can use QoS to prevent non-adaptive protocols (such as UDP) from overusing network resources
4) You can use QoS to prevent non-adaptive protocols (such as UDP) from overusing network resources