Hey there, I've been having some issues lately with my MagicJack, which is a Voip item, being choppy. I was using a linksys E1000 with DDwrt and decided to change it up and got an Asus RT-N10P and put Tomato on it. Brief background is I'm familiar enough with PC's doing troubleshooting, physical construction. Handy with a soldering iron, have done xbox mods, etc. I've studied Network+ but never got around to finishing it because it seems mostly archaic. Recently I've decided to take a stab at CCNA, and have started reading that. I like how tomato seems to be more on that professional level. I am probably thinking about this all wrong, but I was assuming I could take a MAC, like for the magicjack and set it as some kind of highest access and case closed. I tried playing with QoS but it looks like that lowered all my speeds, whether the magic jack was on or not. What do I need to research and read up on to get this working? I felt proud enough when the router refused to get a WAN IP, and I had to figure out the VLANs, br0 and WAN settings were off. Where can I read more about using VLANS, bro and eth1? Also I have inlaws staying with me, and 1 I can't stand. I liked how the Asus default firmware had a restriction setup with a grid I could just click and make a checker pattern of blocked times. It seems the best here is setup Access Restriction, everyday, random time like 10am to 11:15am, Applies to, MAC address, and create a few more with different times. Is there some better way? How efficient is bandwidth limiter? Or can it be used to troll people?