Yes, PCWL can. PCWL's QoS feature is a TOS-based QoS that operates according to the 802.11e standard. As an Access point(AP), it looks at the TOS value in the IP header of the packet and determines the priority level in four stages, and then performs priority control according to the judgment.
- Voice (VO)
- Video (VI)
- Best effort (BE)
- Background (BE)
Also, the initial values of the QoS setting are optimal, so changing the setting value is not recommended.