Router = RT-AC68U, tomato-RT-AC68U_RT-AC6x—118-AIO-64K, By SHibby = QOS Broken

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by oldassgamers, Apr 26, 2014.

  1. oldassgamers

    oldassgamers Connected Client Member

    I wish I could contact shibby, the god behind the best tomato firmwire in the world.

    I've been posting in about my issues with the lastest tomato version for RT-AC68U regarding the QOS. Entire QOS is broken and there's another guy who has the same issues at

    Shibby's version 118 can't read the classes for each priority, it always appears unclassified (when watching the graphs, which in this cause doesnt even show the connections) and ignores my QOS for my entire network.

    Current version that I'm using is tomato-RT-AC68U_RT-AC6x—118-AIO-64K

    Anyone knows shibby? Will the QOS be fixed in next patch? Please confirm, I really need this feature.
  2. FattysGoneWild

    FattysGoneWild LI Guru Member

    That website is as good as dead. Best to post here as its much more active. I am sure you will get a response soon.
  3. lilstone87

    lilstone87 Serious Server Member

    Pretty sure this is a known issue, and Shibby has commented on this before. QoS is a broken feature with ARM build's, and is a matter of if/when Toastman has time to work on it. As Toastman is the Tomato QoS guy. I am just like a lot of the other's, and tomato's QoS is a big feature I like.

    But as shibby, and vic has mention. These newer router's are about being fast, and for people with faster connections. Which means less reason's to need QoS, so it might not be a priority to be fixed. But I personally hope it's something that is fixed sooner, then later.
  4. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    I'm here ;) and working on it.
    Best regards

    Wysłane z mojego IQ4410 przy użyciu Tapatalka
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  5. mbryan718

    mbryan718 Reformed Router Member

    The Asus RT-AC68U is a beautiful piece of equipment. Thanks for your hard work Shibby.

    You, sir, are a Rockstar.
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  6. oldassgamers

    oldassgamers Connected Client Member

    Wow thanks for all the replies! :D So it's really you shibby? woooow :D kocham ciebie Shibby!!!!

    Great to know that your working on a fix. Thanks again for your hardwork! :)
  7. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    hehe nie tak oficjalnie ;)
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  8. oldassgamers

    oldassgamers Connected Client Member

    Hahahahahahaha! :D

    Anyways, great to know that your working on a fix. :rolleyes:
  9. Andy_113

    Andy_113 Networkin' Nut Member

    It isn't as simple as that, QOS configured properly is just as useful on a fast connection as it is on slow one. After all, certain application will use all the bandwidth available and make the network unusable for others. The good thing about the arm routers is they should be able to handle higher connection speeds 100mb+ which the previous generation routers couldn't do with QoS enabled.

    I'm on a 60mb connection (soon to be upgraded to 100mb) and my rt-n66u with qos enabled pretty much maxes out the cpu when another family member starts using p2p software.
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  10. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    It isn't a matter that the QOS "per se" is broken - the fact is that parts of the router firmware that are needed to support QOS operation are no longer functional in the existing ARM code. Shibby is aware of the problem and is working on it. He's doing a great job and right now thanks to the tomato devs we do have a mostly functional ARM port. It is still "early days" though, and slowly all issues will probably get addressed or worked around.
    irouy likes this.
  11. oldassgamers

    oldassgamers Connected Client Member

    Thanks for the headsup :) I'm looking forward for the new upcoming patch. :)
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