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Tomato and Script Generator (Robsonn)

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by dingmel, Sep 30, 2008.

  1. dingmel

    dingmel LI Guru Member

    Hi there, has anyone managed to get the script generated scripts working with Tomato 1.21 (Victek Mod)?
  2. TVTV

    TVTV LI Guru Member

    Why on Earth would you want to use Robson's with Victek's version of Tomato? It already has a built-in bandwidth limiter. :)
  3. makGuitar

    makGuitar Addicted to LI Member

    maybe he needs to restrict the bandwith of a certain group of ip's or port numbers, an option that vicktek's mod doesn't have. For me, that's the main reason why I keep using the old script + speedmod instead of vickek's mod. Such options would be a nice addition to the mod anyway :p
  4. dingmel

    dingmel LI Guru Member

    actually, i'm having problems getting the built in bandwidth limiter to work. there are 2 other people that are having problems too, i remember reading about in another thread. if you've managed to get it to work, could you post your settings pls?
  5. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    dingmel - are you trying to use it in conjunction with normal QOS?
  6. dingmel

    dingmel LI Guru Member

    Hey, yes i am. but anyhow, i've tried both with QOS enabled and disabled. both didn't seem to work. i used IPs to define the bandwidth within the script, but despite limiting the ceiling bandwidth on a certain IP, that particular IP still exceeds the allocated bandwidth. am i doing something wrong?
  7. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    I dunno. I never got this QOS system to work properly either. I assumed it was because I was doing something wrong - but as I was only trying it for interest's sake, and not because I wanted to actually use it, I did not proceed further. (I needed something that works with normal QOS rules, and it seems that the two cannot work concurrently.)

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