Feb 02

Class of Service (CoS) is a way of managing traffic in a network by grouping similar types of traffic for example: streaming video,voice,etc… and treating each type as a class with its own level of service priority.

Step 1: Open a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape, and enter the IP address of the switch (Ex: Press Enter.

Step 2 Enter your username (admin) and your password (blank by default). Click Ok to access the Web Configuration.

Step 3: Click on the plus sign (+) next to QOS, then the plus sign (+) next to Class of Service. Select Interface Queue Configuration.

Step 4: Configure the following:

  • Slot/Port – Specifies all CoS configurable interfaces. The option Global represents the most recent global configuration settings.
    These may be overridden on a per-interface basis.
  • Queue ID – Specifies the queue ID.
  • Minimum Bandwidth – Specifies the minimum guaranteed bandwidth alloted to this queue. The value 0 means no guaranteed minimum.
    The total of individual minimum bandwidth values for all queues in the selected interface cannot exceed 100.
  • Scheduler Type – Specifies the type of scheduling used for this queue, it can only be either Strict or Weighted.
  • Queue Management Type – This is only used if the device supports independent settings per-queue, the default setting is Taildrop

    Step 5: Click Submit.

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Feb 02

Step 1 Open a web browser and type the IP address of the DCS-3220/DCS-3220G in the address bar. Press Enter.

Step 2 Enter your username and password. Click OK.

Step 3 Click the Advanced tab and then click Audio to the left.

Step 4 Choose one of the following transmission modes using the radio buttons:

  • Full-duplex – Talk and listen simultaneously
  • Half-duplex – Talk or listen, but not at the same time
  • Simplex – Talk only
  • Simplex – Listen only
  • Disable – Disable audio

If you are experiencing problems with audio (i.e. audio is choppy), check Improve audio quality in low bandwidth environment using the check box.

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Jan 23

Step 1: Launch the Amazon Alexa app and sign in with your Amazon account.


Step 2: Tap the menu icon on the top left corner.



Step 3: Tap Skills.



Step 4: Search for the mydlink camera skill.



Step 5: Select mydlink camera skill.



Step 6: Tap Enable.



Step 7: Enter your mydlink account username and password (the same username and password you use to access the mydlink app) then tap Sign In.



Step 8: Tap Allow.



Step 9: Tap the X to close the window.



Step 10: Tap Discover Devices.



Step 11: Alexa will discover your devices.




Your cameras are now paired with Amazon Alexa.


You can now use voice commands to stream your cameras live video to your Amazon Echo Spot or other Amazon devices.


You can say “Alexa show me the “camera name” (eg. Alexa, show me the front door camera)

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Jan 23

What you need to begin:

IMPORTANT NOTE: You will need to first complete the installation for your mydlink® Home Smart Plugs using the mydlink Home App. If you have completed that already, follow the steps below to finish the rest.


1. Go to Home Menu of the Alexa App, and select Smart Home.


2.  Select Get More Smart Home Skills to connect  to your mydlink Home app.




3. Search “dlink” and select from the results mydlink Home – Optimized for Smart Home




4. Click Enable Skill.


5. Sign in using your mydlink Account (sign up for a mydlink account if you do not have one yet) and click Authorize.


6. The pop up window shows “Alex has been successfully linked with dlink home”


7. Click Discover Devices to search D-Link Smart Plugs setup in mydlink Home app



8. Once D-Link Smart Plugs are discovered, Alexa will tell you what are found and the units will display in Your Devices.



9. You can create groups to control multiple devices at a time or separate the connected devices based on locations or functions. Click Create Group to begin:



Once you are done, enjoy the freedom of using your voice to control your Smart Home.


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Jan 14

Step 1 Open a web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Netscape, and enter the IP address of the switch (Ex: Press Enter.

Step 2 Click on the plus sign (+) next to QOS, then click on the plus sign (+) next to Class of Service, select Mapping Table Configuration.

Step 3 The Slot/Port drop down option specifies all CoS configurable interfaces. The Global setting represents the global configuration settings.
These may be overridden on a per interface basis.

Step 4 Select the Interface Trust Mode from the dropdown menu.

Step 5 Select the Traffic Class Level, click Submit.

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