Alright, so hopefully I know enough to ask the right questions. I wanted to know if there's a way to prioritize bandwidth through a router between two LAN-connected devices on a network (in this case a server and television)? They don't need to connect to the internet, just communicate between each other. Here's my situation: I have a pretty basic Linksys Wireless-N Router. We have 4 laptops that at one point or another connect via wireless (along with two smart phones). We have a desktop computer that we never use connected via LAN, a windows home server connected via LAN (both directly to the router), and my Xbox 360 and HDTV which are both connected via LAN through a switch. Obviously there's a little bit of traffic on the network. I stream movies from my home server to my television. Occasionally when there's a lot of network traffic, streaming will be interrupted, which is pretty annoying. Sometimes it will just hiccup or pause the video for a few seconds, but others it will drop the movie and you have to go back and find your location again. Hence why I'd like to prioritize bandwidth to the TV without drastically limiting it to other devices.