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More QoS help! (large file transfers)

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Low-WRT, Dec 6, 2007.

  1. Low-WRT

    Low-WRT LI Guru Member

    I have a web server that runs my wife's home business. I want people to be able to load pages quickly, so I have that rule set to highest.
    Also, I have some large files (music) that I share with friends.
    I'm trying to set a rule so the music files can be uploaded from the site, but not slowdown(as much) the regular browsing.
    I can't figure out why it won't work...all transfers are still at the highest rule.
    View attachment QOS.bmp
     
  2. ziddey

    ziddey Network Guru Member

    why the bitmap?

    but I see you didn't designate specifically source or destination port. If it's the webserver you want to keep on top, you should be setting a src80 to highest. also, it traverses in topdown. there's no size limitation on the top one. so once it's in, it's in. the lowest 512+ never applies.

    Try setting the top one to 0-512k.
     
  3. Maggard

    Maggard LI Guru Member

    One trick to making websites load quickly is to offload the graphics to a separate sub-domain, or even to an entirely different domain. Browsers will then load from both (sub)domains simultaneously leaving the (comparatively) large image files unaffected by any delays on the html/js side.

    This is a great use for those $2.99/month cheapie hosting packages. Throw all of the artwork on the host’s server, leave the html/js & logic on your own boxes, and you’ve got a great combination of control & outsourcing.

    I know it’s not QOS settings, but it’ll probably do more for you then super-optimizing your home connection.

    BTW, setting the hosted site up as an automatic fallback is a good use for it. That way if ever your primary, at home, server or connection goes down a dummy site on BillyBob’s Baitshop ‘n Webhosting or wherever can provide continuity, with possibly a note that some services (the ones requiring your backend) are temporarily unavailable.
     
  4. rcordorica

    rcordorica Network Guru Member

    Remove the Lowest www rule.

    And set the highest www rule to have 0-512KB.

    Now whenever the traffic is larger than 512KB, it will be classified as your Default Classification.
     

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