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Newbie confused about QoS

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by datoo, Oct 6, 2007.

  1. datoo

    datoo Guest

    I have a brand-new Buffalo WHR-G54, flashed with tomato 1.09. I want to share my internet connection with the neighbors next door using the wireless. I also want to be able to play online games with low latency regardless of what the neighbors are doing. I've been playing around with all kinds of QoS settings and try as I might I can't seem to throttle their network usage. Is there a way to simply cap the amount of bandwidth they get to a low but still usable level? It seems like whatever they are downloading/uploading slips through all the classifications I make. Since I'm wired, can I just make wireless connections second to everything else?

    I'm having trouble figuring out exactly how to do what I want, because I can't figure out all the graphs and such. I'm not familiar with linux, and all the interface names confuse me. Why don't the graphs show how much bandwidth each ip or mac address is consuming? Is that not possible? It seems like that would be so much more helpful. Anyway please excuse my lack of knowledge, any advice would be much appreciated.
  2. GeeTek

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