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QOS for dividing download speed between more PC

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Milos, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Milos

    Milos Networkin' Nut Member

    How set QOS for dividing download speed between more PC when form example:
    I run Jdownloader on PC1 so QOS run very well (after downloading 512kB speed will drop to 100kB/s ; Rule 12-Class Low :)) but at same time on PC2 I wanna download something small (few MB, such a Windows updates etc.) and there I got initial download speed only 20-30kB/s and which slowly decreasing and mostly this download ends with 0kB speed=timeout what´s mean stopping and broken file/download. :confused:

    Why the speed (exmp. for Rule 12-Class Low) isn´t divided between this 2 PC?

    What´s wrong and what could help ? :(
    Qos1.jpg Qos2.jpg
     
  2. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

  3. Milos

    Milos Networkin' Nut Member

    Do you think that will be enough ?

    I´ve used Tomato-Teaman-ND-SDHC-VLAN-1.28.0020 version from 26.january.
    OK, I´ll try something from your suggestion and we´ll see/give you feedback ;)
     
  4. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

    The inbound QoS rates in screenshot look like before the inbound QoS change, so if you don't need teaman spcific features you should flash the appropriate Toastman build. Don't forget to reset the nvram!
     
  5. Milos

    Milos Networkin' Nut Member

    I have choosed : tomato-NDUSB-1.28.7632.3-Toastman-VLAN-IPT-ND-VPNNOCAT, at the moment it looks fine.
    I´ll test it tommorow and give you feedback if it´s OK .

    Thanks, for this moment :D
     
  6. Milos

    Milos Networkin' Nut Member

    So I left it run and really looks like good, but I have few question (maybe stupid-maybe not).
    On router WAN/LAN bandwidth result seems fine-It´s always about 100kB/s(Rule ¨Download¨)

    Bandwidth.jpg

    From Teamen´s version(where was speed almost constant) I´m not accustomed to so big speed oscillation on my download PC. In this case when time jumps between 1h-2h-45min-1h.. etc., man don´t know when will be files downloaded.

    Question is - It´s normal or not and it´s possible to do something with this ?
    Speed.jpg
     
  7. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

    I think those download sites are responsible. Quite often they don't provide a constant download stream, especially if you are a free user. I'd suggest you download something like a windows service pack directly from microsoft. This usually gives me constant speeds.

    If you want to make sure you got the settings right, you could post some new screenshots of your QoS-configuration.
     
  8. Milos

    Milos Networkin' Nut Member

    I don't think so.
    Yesterday ran all fine and today so big jumps ? (I can flash older Teamen´s firmware and we´ll see, if it will be neccessary :rolleyes: )

    So and this are my settings :
    Qos.jpg Class.jpg
     
  9. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

    If you want to see those spikes please start the taskmanager and look at the different interfaces. Right now I'm downloading over one of these hosting sites and you can see how it looks like. This download is so slow that it isn't limited, but there is the same pattern.

    Quite often jdownloader can't display the download speeds correctly because of antivirus software. So that might be a reason, too.
     

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  10. Milos

    Milos Networkin' Nut Member

    Possible but not for me - I'm using Ubuntu (without some AV product :)).

    With the spikes you're right, but for comparison I went back to Teaman firm. and I´ve downloaded another files from same servers.
    I think-the difference in JD speed graph and estimating of time is/will be clearly from attch.:)
    Speed is moving still but in range max. 3-7kB[not than before with big spikes :confused:] and therefore is time estimating almost exactly).

    So I think that it's going on difficult fight (good QOS but with little problem with time measuring[big spikes etc.] vs little bit worse QOS problem with speed dividing). :p

    Difference.jpg
     
  11. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

    Hmm, this looks very interesting. I didn't expect that and I haven't witnessed this before. I'll look into that because this might be a bug and then this should be posted in the QoS development thread.

    Thank you so far!
     
  12. Milos

    Milos Networkin' Nut Member

    Not at all ;)
     
  13. Milos

    Milos Networkin' Nut Member

    And one more question:
    When I would use L7 rules for flash(youtube videos etc.) it´s normal that I can´t use 2 rules depending on downloaded data - (A) for faster speed(download less than 10MB; small videos) and (B) for slower speed(more than 10MB; bigger).

    I tested it but still rule A will stay.
     

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