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QOS on Tomato on RT-66U not correctly assigning class to ports

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by bmtphoenix, Mar 7, 2014.

  1. bmtphoenix

    bmtphoenix Reformed Router Member

    Maybe I'm missing something here. I'm somewhat new at QOS. However, if I have a port, both source and destination, set as "P2P/Bulk", shouldn't it at least be labeling the port correctly under "view details"? In this case, port 57442. Here are some screenshots. Please tell me if I'm missing something -

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/119652279@N03/with/12984968495/
     
  2. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

    You don't need the IPP2P-part, in fact this might be the cause of the problem. You already know the port number, so it doesn't even help.

    Move your filter up to #43.

    Your default class it WWW. I'd certainly advise against that.
     
  3. bmtphoenix

    bmtphoenix Reformed Router Member

    That seems to have fixed it. Thank you! Was it the previous rule #43 causing a conflict that was the source of the problem, you think?
     
  4. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

    I'm just guessing but I think your previous rule didn't work and the rule before that already caught the traffic you wanted to match, so your rule never saw the traffic it was supposed to match.
     
  5. Kisch

    Kisch Addicted to LI Member

    In your rule Utorrent you have "to 192.168.1.106" and I think, you have to set "from 192.168.1.106"
     
  6. bmtphoenix

    bmtphoenix Reformed Router Member

    This is what it looks like now. Much better. Thanks, guys. :)

    http://flic.kr/p/kQcSSo

    It's funny...I thought I understood QOS pretty well until I saw all those default settings. Then I started wondering if I was missing something. But really, most of those default settings are pretty extraneous and unnecessary, I think.
     

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