Hi folks, I've been using Tomato for about a year now and consider myself a tomato newbie even though I altered so many settings in tomato that I can't bear to switch over to any other firmware. I moved from DD-WRT to tomato because the QoS on DD-WRT wasn't working Anywhoo, I was wondering what the command was to alter the QoS upload rate/limit (the max bandwidth), because apparently i have more upload leeway at night than I do during the day. I notice tomato allows you to enter custom scheduler commands and was wondering what I can stick in there to change my QoS. Also, my MAX upload rate at night is 525 kbits/sec, this is where the connection is saturated and the download drops to the upload speed... obviously I need to set QoS lower. BUT... I'm running bittorent downloads and trying to host a warcraft 3 game at the same time. I find that if I set the QoS upload limit to anything above 375 kbits/sec the game (wc3) will lag horribly. Does this sound right to you guys or is there some other QoS setting I'm missing? If 525 is my max then 375 is 71% of that.... (or a decrease of 29%) doesn't seem right to me. Feel free to point me to a readme about QoS commands and such as I am willing to learn.