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Edge Router Pro V1.9.7 : QOS

I would like to limit the bandwidth usage per PC (IP adress)

 

I set up a smart Queue (upload 740 kbits/s and download 9.8 Mbits/s)

 

And I would like that each PC has an equal access to the nework, regardless of the type of traffic.

Without any basic rule, If I have someone doint a transfer, or some uttorents traffic... All the others see that the network access is not good.

I tried to forbid uttorent kind of traffic but now I have all the traffic in "other"

In fact I don't care people doing uttorent... As long as this has no impact on the work.

 

So I would like everyone to have something as 150k upload and 1m download with a kind of burst capacity to go up to the max bandwidth as long as the others have access to their basic bandwidth.

 

I tried to set up a basic rule

Source 192.168.2.0/24, dest =' ' rate =150k; Burst rate= 690 k; Burst size= 256Kb; Queue type FQ_COD

Reverse rate= 1536k; Reverse Burst Rate= 8m; reverse burst size= 10mB; reverse Queue Type FQ_COD

 

But this seems to give poor performances, I am certainly doing something wrong

 

Is there a simple way to set up such a kind of simple rule?

Many thanks in advance

jf


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Re: Edge Router Pro V1.9.7 : QOS

The "higher level" rate is for entire subnet summed up, set it 10...15% below internet speed, so you own the queue

On HFQ level, most important is per host max.   I'd set it to 50..60% of higher level rate, so if there is only a single client busy, not too much BW is unused.
If multiple clients are present, they share the higher level BW equally.   Don't bother about burst settings

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Re: Edge Router Pro V1.9.7 : QOS

Try HFC queue type (host fair Queueing)

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Re: Edge Router Pro V1.9.7 : QOS

Thank you for the answer.

I have a question about the different rates:

I have rate and burst rate at the source level and then at the subnet level.

Can I assume that at the high level it is the rate for all the subnet and that at the subnet level is is for each host?

 

In this case if I have only one subnet, Should I enter the full rate at the higher level (without burst) and enter a much lower one but with burst rate at the subnet level?

 

Many thanks for the answer and sorry for the basic question, I am a beginer!

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Re: Edge Router Pro V1.9.7 : QOS

The "higher level" rate is for entire subnet summed up, set it 10...15% below internet speed, so you own the queue

On HFQ level, most important is per host max.   I'd set it to 50..60% of higher level rate, so if there is only a single client busy, not too much BW is unused.
If multiple clients are present, they share the higher level BW equally.   Don't bother about burst settings

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