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QOS all connections appearing as "Unclassified"

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Rodney Gilbert, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. Rodney Gilbert

    Rodney Gilbert Networkin' Nut Member

    Hi there, I am using:
    • v1.28.0489 MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-N K26 USB Ext
    • Linksys E3000 Broadcom BCM4716 chip rev 1 pkg 10
    I found toastman's awesome QOS guide with example settings, and found that most were actually built into this build by default, with QOS ready to be enabled (Toastman you rock).

    What I'm finding however, is that 100% of my traffic is appearing as "Unclassified", even though all the rules are there, and all my connections are external (through WAN). I am literally using Toastman's default QOS settings with the extensive classification rules... I can post full list if really required.

    Even port 80 www traffic is appearing as Unclassified, even though there is a classification "TCP/UDP Dst Port 80, transferred 0-512KB against WWW classification. When I click "view graphs", I see 100% unclassified. When I click "View Details",

    Is this a bug, or am I going crazy :)

    ex:
    TCP 192.168.1.212 62586 74.117.178.89 80 Unclassified 3959 17.05 KB
    Cheers,
    Rodney
     
  2. Rodney Gilbert

    Rodney Gilbert Networkin' Nut Member

    I tested on normal tomatousb build Tomato Firmware v1.28.9054 MIPSR2-beta E3000 USB Ext and now I see proper classifications. Should my E3000 be using RT builds instead of RT-N? Seems like RT-N focus is more on E4200. Maybe I should try to delete all the default QOS rules from toastman and re-add them ?
     
  3. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    No idea what is going on, because this doesn't usually happen. I'd recommend reflashing the RT build - since you don't have an E4200. Tick the "erase NVRAM after flash" box and then reconfigure. Maybe it was a bad flash. There's no point in entering all the rules again by hand.
     
  4. Rodney Gilbert

    Rodney Gilbert Networkin' Nut Member

    Thanks Toastman, I'll give RT build a try. When I originally flashed RT-N, I did full NVRAM thorough erase of course. I will report my results tonight. I thought I'd try RT-N first since there were E3000 bins

    Cheers!
     
  5. Rodney Gilbert

    Rodney Gilbert Networkin' Nut Member

    After flashing to RT build, QOS classifications are working as expected! Thanks Toastman.
     

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