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Which QOS classifications should I delete?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by fefrie, Mar 31, 2014.

  1. fefrie

    fefrie Serious Server Member

    I've deleted a couple already, and I've created a couple to deal with finicky youtube and netflix streams.

    This is what I have left. Any more that you can recommend that I can delete?

    Just look at the end numbers if it's a little confusing....

    I'm guessing that I can delete rules such as8,9,10, 14, 15

    Code:
    TCP/UDP
    Dst Port: 53
    Transferred: 0 - 10KB    Service    DNS    1
    TCP/UDP
    Dst Port: 37
    Transferred: 0 - 10KB    Service    Time    2
    UDP
    Dst Port: 123
    Transferred: 0 - 10KB    Service    NTP    3
    TCP/UDP
    Dst Port: 3455
    Transferred: 0 - 10KB    Service    RSVP    4
    From 192.168.1.16
    TCP/UDP    P2P/Bulk    TOrrenting    5
    TCP/UDP
    Port: 15540,38153,33832,16001,13060,22475,55494,44554    Crawl    Final Traffic    6
    TCP/UDP
    Dst Port: 9
    Transferred: 0 - 50KB    Media    SCTP, Discard    7
    TCP/UDP
    Port: 135,2101,2103,2105    Media    RPC (Microsoft)    8
    UDP
    Dst Port: 3544    Disabled    Teredo Tunnel    9
    TCP
    Port: 22,2222    Remote    SSH    10
    TCP
    Dst Port: 23,992    Remote    Telnet    11
    TCP
    Src Port: 80,5938,8080,2222    Remote    Remote Access    12
    TCP/UDP
    Port: 3389    Remote    Remote Assistance    13
    TCP/UDP
    Port: 6970-7170,8554    WWW    Quicktime/RealAudio    14
    TCP/UDP
    Dst Port: 1220,7070    WWW    Quicktime/RealAudio    15
    TCP/UDP
    Port: 554,5004,5005    WWW    RTP, RTSP    16
    TCP/UDP
    Port: 1755    WWW    MMS (Microsoft)    17
    TCP/UDP
    Dst Port: 3478,3479,5060-5063    VOIP/Game    SIP, Sipgate Stun Services    18
    TCP/UDP
    Src Port: 53,88,3074    VOIP/Game    Xbox Live    19
    TCP
    Dst Port: 1718-1720    VOIP/Game    H323    20
    TCP/UDP
    Dst Port: 19294-19310    Messenger    Google+ & Voice    21
    TCP/UDP
    L7: skypetoskype    VOIP/Game    Skype to Skype    22
    TCP/UDP
    L7: skypeout    Disabled    Skype Phone (deprecated)    23
    TCP/UDP
    L7: youtube-2012    WWW    YouTube 2012 (Youtube)    24
    TCP/UDP
    L7: flash
    Transferred: 0 - 4096KB    FileXfer    Flash Video (Youtube) WWW    25
    TCP/UDP
    L7: httpvideo
    Transferred: 0 - 4096KB    WWW    HTTP Video (Youtube)    26
    TCP
    Dst Port: 80,443,8080
    Transferred: 0 - 512KB    WWW    HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP Proxy    27
    TCP
    Dst Port: 80,443,8080
    Transferred: 512 - 4096KB    FileXfer    HTTP, SSL File Transfers    28
    TCP
    Dst Port: 20,21,989,990    FileXfer    FTP    29
    TCP
    Dst Port: 119,563    FileXfer    NNTP News & Downloads    30
    TCP
    Dst Port: 25,587,465,2525    Mail    SMTP, Submission Mail    31
    TCP
    Dst Port: 110,995    Mail    POP3 Mail    32
    TCP
    Dst Port: 143,220,585,993    Mail    IMAP Mail    33
    UDP
    Dst Port: 1-65535    Crawl    P2P (uTP, UDP)    34
    TCP
    Dst Port: 80,443,8080
    Transferred: 4096KB+    Media    Netflix    35
    TCP/UDP
    L7: httpvideo
    Transferred: 4096KB+    Media    HTTP Video (Youtube) kickdown    36
    From 192.168.1.137
    UDP
    Src Port: 44554    Crawl    137 torrent    37
    TCP/UDP
    L7: flash
    Transferred: 4096KB+    Media    Flash Video (Youtube) WWW +4    38
     
  2. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

    Why do you want to delete rules?

    Please post a screenshot of your classification-page. This is very difficult to read.
     
  3. fefrie

    fefrie Serious Server Member

    I want to delete rules because I was under the impression that the more rules, the more the router has to work hard?


    For some reason I can't attach a picture so here's the link

    http://imgur.com/OWAhSy9

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  4. Marcel Tunks

    Marcel Tunks Networkin' Nut Member

    Turning on the QoS system has some CPU overhead regardless of the number of rules. The incremental cost to the CPU of each port-based rule is minimal. L7 rules are more CPU-intensive, which is why they are lower on the list and are few in number. Suggest reverting to the default rules and try disabling any L7 rules that you don't need.
     

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