Defenitely not working …
The traffic shapping is not working for Voip as expected and I think it never worked since 0.98.
Now is installed the RC1 version and did rerun the wizard; bandwidth tested to reflect the reality and NATs with static port; reseted the queues; rebooted, …
The ports these voip use in outbound:
5060 --> 5060
5090 --> 5060
50000-55000 --> *
* --> 5090
* --> 50000-55000
The major problems is that traffic is not shown in Queues bars (nor Kb) but is being transfered as you can state:
Proto Source -> Router -> Destination State
udp 192.168.99.30:8828 -> 10.99.99.4:52856 MULTIPLE:MULTIPLE
udp 192.168.99.30:8592 -> 10.99.99.4:5060 MULTIPLE:MULTIPLE
udp 126.96.36.199:41018 <- 10.99.99.4:53882 MULTIPLE:MULTIPLE
udp 188.8.131.52:5060 <- 10.99.99.4:5090 MULTIPLE:MULTIPLE
udp 10.99.99.4:5060 <- 192.168.99.24:8538 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE
udp 10.99.99.4:52856 <- 192.168.99.30:8828 MULTIPLE:MULTIPLE
udp 10.99.99.4:52857 <- 192.168.99.30:8829 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE
udp 10.99.99.4:5060 <- 192.168.99.30:8592 MULTIPLE:MULTIPLE
udp 10.99.99.4:5060 <- 192.168.99.38:21714 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE
udp 10.99.99.4:53882 -> 184.108.40.206:53882 -> 220.127.116.11:41018 MULTIPLE:MULTIPLE
udp 10.99.99.4:5090 -> 18.104.22.168:5090 -> 22.214.171.124:5060 MULTIPLE:MULTIPLE
Any opinion please ?
PS: The configuration files were deleted here for security reasons... :-)
1. run cvs_sync.sh releng_1 from a shell prompt
2. create an alias named phones and stick the internal private ip AND the public ip of your provider into the alias
3. run traffic shaper wizard and on the voip screen type phones into the red box.
Now it should account for the phone correctly.