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Tomato RAF 1.28 QoS help pleaseee.

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by courage1919, Jul 13, 2011.

  1. courage1919

    courage1919 Networkin' Nut Member

    I'm having a really hard time setting up QoS. I want to increase my internet speed download and upload, but it's just really hard to understand. I've read all of the QoS topics and it just doesn't make sense at all to me...

    Additional info:

    ISP: AT&T DSL

    2wire modem 2701hb-g
    linksys wireless router WRT54GL 1.1
    Tomato RAF 1.28

    Help pleeeeease.
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    QoS does not speed up your internet, it only prioritises traffic
     
  3. courage1919

    courage1919 Networkin' Nut Member

    Oh really? Some people say that it does. anyways, I copied Toastman's settings for the Advanced > Conntrack / Netfilter. should I change some stuff?

    Here are my settings:

    QoS > Basic Settings

    Basic Settings
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    Outbound Rate / Limit
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    Inbound Limit
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    TCP Vegas network congestion control
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    QoS > Classification

    Outbound Direction
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    Advanced > Conntrack / Netfilter

    Connections
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    TCP Timeout
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    UDP Timout, Other Timeouts, Tracking / NAT helpers, Miscellaneous

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  4. Mercjoe

    Mercjoe Network Guru Member

    As the old adage goes.. If you make EVERYTHING a priority, nothing is more important that anything else.

    Please read Toastmans post about QOS. That should enlighten you. You have a LOT that needs to be changed
     
  5. courage1919

    courage1919 Networkin' Nut Member

    I read it so many times!! It doesn't help me at all
     
  6. ntest7

    ntest7 Network Guru Member

    While we might talk about QOS speeding up traffic, all QOS can really do is slow traffic down. It's usefulness is that it can slow down some traffic more than others.

    QOS can never speed up the existing WAN connection, just make selected traffic slower.

    So, for example, one might define VoIP as highest priority. That doesn't make VoIP any faster, but tells the router to slow down other traffic so VoIP can get through while you're doing other stuff.

    If you define everything as "highest", you might as well just turn off QOS and skip the overhead.
     
  7. wilsonhlacerda

    wilsonhlacerda Networkin' Nut Member

    Just turn off all QoS. It'll be better for you.
     

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