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Tomato Qos with a Counterstrike Server

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by n00by, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. n00by

    n00by LI Guru Member


    First of all i would say, the Tomato Firmware is the best one that i have ever seen :)
    But the problem is that i get some troubels to configure the Qos.

    On the picture you can see my currently configuration. But the Problem is, that the Qos don't set the CS-Server to high class.

    And if I look at details i can see that the connections to the cs server are low.

    I hope you understand what i mean.


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  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    have you tried any other method? ie set high from dest ip but ALL protocols? are the ports you have set, definitely the correct ones your server is using?

    port forwarding for CS servers show these ports

    TCP 7002 out
    TCP 5273 out
    UDP 27010 out
    UDP 27012 in and out
    UDP 27015 in (if your server runs on this port)
  3. Slavedriver

    Slavedriver LI Guru Member

    Try to move CS server entry up in the list. Maybe it's prioritizing problem you have.
  4. bhlonewolf

    bhlonewolf LI Guru Member

    One clarification: are you trying to play CS:S, or trying to host a server on your LAN?

    It looks like the low priority rule would get hit first, since it's higher in the rules list.
  5. njeske

    njeske Network Guru Member

    Your Bulk Traffic rule matches the ports first. Move the CS rule up the list so that it's above Bulk Traffic and save the changes.
  6. n00by

    n00by LI Guru Member

    thanks for your answers!


    i classified now every port by their own but this won't run for me :(

    now i arrange the rules new, from high to low.

    I will try this now

    oh i forgot it, i run a cs server

  7. bhlonewolf

    bhlonewolf LI Guru Member

    Since your server machine isn't likely changing, and certainly on a known port, I'd recommend setting this by IP (or MAC address) and specifying a port specifically. The L7 should work, but in the long run you get better performance if you can specify specific IPs/Ports rather than using too many L7 filters.

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