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QoS Issues after Upgrading to 1.10 from 1.07

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by jnappert, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. jnappert

    jnappert LI Guru Member

    In Version 1.07 i priorized VOIP to be highest, then WWW to be HIGH, IMAP/POP3 to be MEDIUM and the Rest to be lowest. All went fine. After the Update to 1.09 und now to 1.10 i experienced (using the same config after NVRAM-Clear!) that VOIP connections stumble and block all lower priorities. Has something changed concerning Qos since 1.07? A downgrade to 1.07 solved the problem but i miss the nice OPENDNS feature....
     
  2. humba

    humba Network Guru Member

    I've gone up from 1.07 to 1.09 when it came out and have a similar config (though no medium class), without any nvram clear, and I haven't noted anything off.. so far QoS seems to do its job as intended.
     
  3. jnappert

    jnappert LI Guru Member

    Perhaps i should upgrade without clearing nv ram? I will check this.
     
  4. roadkill

    roadkill Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    l7-protocols has been updated maybe you got some L7 Dependant rules
     
  5. jnappert

    jnappert LI Guru Member

    Yes. I did use the L7 protocol in Access Restrictions, but NOT in any QoS Rules. Could it be possible this has any effect in QoS?
    AND: Why did NV Clearing didnt fix this?
     
  6. roadkill

    roadkill Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    dunno..
     
  7. jochen

    jochen LI Guru Member

    I'm also having trouble with QoS since a while. Don't know if it has to do with the update from 1.07 to 1.10, or my ISPs speed upgrade to 6000/400 kbps.
    Shortly after reset of my router, web surfing becomes slower and slower. Speed remains constant if I disable QoS.
    I doubled checked all QoS settings and restored them to their default values, only set inbound and outbound speed limit. With QoS enabled my router is now unusable.
     
  8. roadkill

    roadkill Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    try to enter QOS classifications page and hit save for the table will be resaved into nvram, the same routine works for port forwarding.
     
  9. jochen

    jochen LI Guru Member

    I did hit save!
     
  10. roadkill

    roadkill Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    could you post a screenshot of your QOS settings for us?
    because I have 1.10 too and I'm a heavy P2P/CounterStrike user and I have not experienced any problem when I upgraded the firmware.
     
  11. jochen

    jochen LI Guru Member

    Here are the screen shots.
     

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  12. K1nslayer

    K1nslayer LI Guru Member

    Make sure Strict Rule Ordering is turned on

    Make sure that QoS is enabled and Strict Rule Ordering is checked. This might have gotten cleared when you nuked the Nvram.

    From the Wiki
    Strict Rule Ordering: If disabled (unchecked), IPP2P, L7, and KB-based rules are matched first, then simple port- and MAC-based matches are matched in a second pass. If enabled, each rule will be strictly evaluated in the specified order, starting from the top of the list and working downward, until the first match is found.

    -Kinslayer
     
  13. jochen

    jochen LI Guru Member

    Looks like my QoS problems are gone away with Tomato 1.11 :)
     

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