Iâ€™m using Tomato RAF v1.25.8515.2 ND on a WRTSL54GS and am trying to figure out the best way for my roommates and me to split our internet connection. The QoS in Tomato looks promising but I would like some clarification as how to go about doing it. The internet connection we have is 10mbps/1mbps and needs to be split four ways; a minimum of 30% to three users and 10% for guests. All of us have many devices that access the internet, so the percentages need to apply to each userâ€™s total devices. So far I have set up a static DHCP for each MAC address of our devices, grouped them in ranges per user, and set a DHCP range for guests. In the QoS settings, each person has a 30%, 95% rule (Class A,B,C) for their range. The guest range has a 30%, 50% rule (Class D). Under those rules are the protocol rules (eg web, dns, xbox, bittorrent..). Basically what I want to know is if the ip range filters are being applied before the protocol filters. From the look of the graphs, it doesnâ€™t appear to be working that way. But then again data from the ip ranges and protocols are on the same chart.