QoS --> Highest - Class E

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by M_ars, Nov 28, 2007.

  1. M_ars

    M_ars Network Guru Member

    I just have a simple QoS-question I think.
    What is the priority of Class A to E (Outbound). Is it like A is Highest (again), B = High, C = Medium, D = Low and E = Lowest?
    For example if I want to slow down P2P traffic why should I use "Lowest" over "Class A" even if I set them up with the same values (min and max)? thx :)
     
  2. kripz

    kripz LI Guru Member

    I think they are only ordered if Strict ordering is not selected.

    Highest is higest, Class e is lowest (top to bottom).
     
  3. M_ars

    M_ars Network Guru Member

    so you mean "Class E" is "lower than Lowest"?

    I compared "Class A" with "Lowest" but i couldn´t see a difference (using P2P):confused: .

    But I think you are right... Top to bottom does make sense. Thank you :)
    The names are misleading in my opinion.
     
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