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I run an Asus RT-AC88U router at an apartment building with many users. But I am located offsite, so I use the router's remote HTTP interface. When I'm on-site at the apartment building, I can prioritize my own traffic over the residents if I need to get something done. However, when I'm located off-site and the residents are maxing out the bandwidth, I can hardly even load the HTTP interface. It becomes so slow that it's unusable. How can I prioritize the HTTP remote interface over all local clients, so that I can administer the router successfully even when bandwidth usage is very high?

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