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What is latest build with QOS working?

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by LiOn, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. LiOn

    LiOn Network Guru Member

    In newest beta builds QOS is broken and not working. What is latest beta build where QOS is working? Is that build from 27.10?
  2. bytes2000

    bytes2000 Network Guru Member

    I can confirm QoS is working with Nov,10 build (yesterday)
  3. daenigma

    daenigma Network Guru Member

    I can confirm that the November 10th and 11th build have QOS working but remember to always do a hard reset or at least that always works for me... (30+ sec on the reset button)
  4. danr

    danr Network Guru Member

    That's cool... Hopefully I'll be able to give a new version a try over the weekend. I had to go back to the Oct 27th version, since QoS was broken for a few days.

    Please write the month in words, as, depending upon who is writing the message, 11/10/2005 could be November 10 or October 11. The firmware versions are written in the European (non-US), 10.11.2005 standard.
  5. itsmeohmy

    itsmeohmy Network Guru Member

    I have found the 11/10/2005 version's QoS to still be broken. The builds from the start of the month are somewhat stable. This past week's builds (all of them) have had show-stopper bugs for me.

    - Broken QoS
    - Static DHCP with udhcpd broken (DNSMasq works)
    - With time, perhaps 2-3 hours the router with heavy usage will crash and require a hard boot. :eek:

    DD-WRT from this past week has nowhere near the stability that it had towards the start of the month. I'm considering downgrading or going back to Alchemy 1.0 Final. Talisman 1.1 has problems and is just as buggy.
  6. flexy

    flexy Network Guru Member


    how is QoS broken in 11/10 ?

    From what i see bandwidth throttling works and the l7 protocols seem to be applied too. Need more testing tho.

    But from what i see QoS works.
  7. danr

    danr Network Guru Member

    I'm wondering if the difference is in the type of QoS being used. I've already been told that PORT based QoS only works on specific hardware. Which is why I initially thought even Oct 27 was broken, initially.

    Maybe the firmware issue works for service based QoS, but not for, let's say, MAC based QoS. I haven't had a chance to test the newer firmware yet. So, maybe someone who already has the firmware wants to check in the meantime.
  8. danr

    danr Network Guru Member

    I just tried MAC based QoS on the Oct 11 firmware and it works fine. Other from the fact that whenever I add a MAC, it turns QoS off... so I have to re-enable it!

    FYI - ticket 49 is in regards to QoS

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