I have a fast internet connection -- faster inbound than outbound. But, still ran into issues where a single user uploading a massive file could kill performance for everyone else. I enabled QoS, and it solved that problem. However, it also had the side effect of causing very poor performance for remote OpenVPN users - even when the network was not under load. I'm sure others have already ran into this. Any pointers on workable solutions? Also, the only thing I need out of QoS is to throttle back the big bandwidth hogging session. I don't need different classes of service or protocol-sepecific settings. A simple solution like the old Cisco weighted fair queueing would be great. Can Tomato's QoS work in that mode (for both outbound and VPN/tun interfaces)?