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B/W Limiter ASUS RT-N66U Rebooting Problem Toastman 1.28.0502

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Rocky Grim, Jun 11, 2013.

  1. Rocky Grim

    Rocky Grim Networkin' Nut Member

    Hello,

    I just flashed my ASUS RT-N66U to Toastman's latest build 1.28.0502. I am having a problem with a couple PC's on my network using all the bandwidth up. Therefore, I set two different IP ranges. One for my gaming PC, Smart TV, and Xbox 360. That range is 192.168.1.2-4. Then, I set another IP range for the problematic computers which is 192.168.1.5-9. Everything works fine for about 5 minutes then everyone loses connection. No one can get on the internet at all. As soon as I disable the feature everyone can get back on the internet again with no disconnects. Is anyone else having this problem? Is there something I am doing wrong?

    Thanks,
    Rocky
     
  2. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    Have you two bridges ? if you have they are in same subnet. Try Br0 192.168.1.2-4 and Br1 192.168.2.2-6
     
  3. Rocky Grim

    Rocky Grim Networkin' Nut Member

    No I just have one. All my PC's are on the same subnet.
     
  4. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    You can only have one ip range on one bridge. Try to do 192.168.1.2-9 and Br0
     
  5. Rocky Grim

    Rocky Grim Networkin' Nut Member

    Ahh okay I see what your saying. I am going to have to setup a second bridge then for the fallowing? Because if I do 192.168.1.2-9 that will be all the PCs sharing the x amount of bandwidth. I am trying to have three devices share 5mb/600kb up, and three more devices share 2mb/128kb. The three devices sharing 2mb/128 will mostly just be browsing the web. The devices sharing the 5mb/600kb will be gaming, streaming videos, web browsing etc. However, most of the time there will be at the most just one device on at a time possibly two that will be sharing the 5mb/600kb. I hope that makes sense.
     
  6. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    Okey
    Use same bridge and use BW-limiter to distribute bandwith to them. But use two bridges give some benefit, they are isolated from each other.
     
  7. Rocky Grim

    Rocky Grim Networkin' Nut Member

    Ok thanks I will give it a try and see what I come up with.
     
  8. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

  9. Rocky Grim

    Rocky Grim Networkin' Nut Member

    I flashed to Shibby's latest build and his has the B/W Limiter and it has an option to have unlisted MAC/IP's share bandwidth. So I should be able to put my IP range into the B/W Limiter and then have the unlisted IP's share the rest.
     

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