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Is 0kb traffic automatically listed as Unclassified? (re: QoS)

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by sofakng, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. sofakng

    sofakng Network Guru Member

    I have some very simple QoS setup and 99% of my traffic gets classified correctly except for a handful of packets (every now and then) that get marked as unclassified even though they meet a specific QoS filter.

    Does 0kb traffic get marked as Unclassified?

    Also, I'm not using L7 or IPP2P. I'm only filtering on ports so these unclassified connections should definitely not be unclassified.

    Finally, I know connections sometimes get unclassified if you recently update your QoS settings, but I still have unclassified connections even after 30 minutes of my last QoS change...
  2. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

  3. sofakng

    sofakng Network Guru Member

    Thanks for the reply.

    However, under Administration --> Debugging, I've enabled "Avoid displaying LAN to router connections" so that takes care of the first statement.

    The second statement refers to connections initiating from the internet and coming into my router or computer, but my unclassified connections have a source ip of my computer (eg. not an internet computer).

    For example, I currently have this in my unclassified list:

    TCP 55000 70.105.xxx.xxx 37649 Unclassified

    ...but my uTorrent QoS filter (any packets with a source port of 37649) should go to the lowest priority. I'm not using L7 or IPP2P; I'm only using a simple port filter.

    I'm probably confused on something but I still don't understand why the above connection/packet is listed as unclassified?
  4. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    Do you have any QOS rules established that include destination port # 37649 ?
  5. sofakng

    sofakng Network Guru Member

    Oh, sorry for the confusion. I also have source ports 50000-55000 under QoS (lowest category), so that is what should have mapped that packet/connection.
  6. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    Sure looks like it should have.
  7. M_ars

    M_ars LI Guru Member

    Same here. If I use p2p programms I can see the same behaviour. Avoid displaying LAN to router connections is enabled. Coundn´t find a solution yet...
  8. chadrew

    chadrew LI Guru Member


    I have the same problem, but I guess it won't affect my connection much since default priority is "low". I think unclassified goes under default?

    Edited: well, I see connections which other PCs attempt after Azureus is shut down, are "Unclassified". I guess this has something to do with this. Like if I delete a torrent, and they still request it. Or something like that.

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