Can't host website with QoS activated

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by sebmex, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. sebmex

    sebmex Addicted to LI Member


    I tried all possible combinations and I can't find a method to access port 80 from outside my network so users outside my house can see my blog over the internet.

    I switch off QoS : it works like a charm.

    I have set up a little server ( and forwarded all necessary ports (way before installing Tomato).

    I use ports as following :

    port 80 : website
    port 81 : tsweb (with associated 3389 openned as well)
    port 9090 : utorrentgui
    port 21 : ftp

    none of these ports can be access from outside when QoS is activated (QoS works really nice for managing surf, torrent, skype priorities by the way :))

    I go to classification :

    TCP/UDP on Src and Dst port 80 --> nothing !! :eek:

    what should I do ?

    Thank you for your help, I can't believe I will have to let QoS down for that reason.

    P.S. : my goal is obviously to have high priority on inbound 80 connections, like it is working really well on outbound connections over 80 port when I surf from my house.

    Please Help !

  2. sebmex

    sebmex Addicted to LI Member

    come on ! don't tell me it's not possible to use Tomato to host a website ... !
  3. bripab007

    bripab007 Network Guru Member

    I'm hosting a website and can access it just fine from the outside world, and I've been using Tomato's QOS since v. 1.15 with no problems.
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