Is there a way to create QoS exceptions in a way that those connections do not get limited by the up/down max bandwidth values set on the Basic Settings screen. I'm asking this because at my ISP if traffic is flowing between computers in his network (between two of its subscribers - a metropolitan fiber network) then the bandwidth is much much higher (50 Mbps) compared to the bandwidth of other connections (2Mbps down/768kbps up - the rest of the internet, connections which are made outside this metropolitan network). It would be a good idea to have a class named "QoS exception" or something similar and then I could create a rule for which the common QoS rules would not apply at all. Currently there are connections which are "Unclassified", but the up/down max badwidth limits still apply to them. In the current version of Tomato, the latest at this moment (1.13), I can set a rule's class to Disable, but that only makes that rule not to be used. If in that same dropdown menu there would be this "QoS exception" option, one could define a rule which rule's connections would be free of QoS filtering at all. I hope it makes sense what I was trying to state here. Any suggestions?