Disable Traffic Shaping between LAN/DMZ



  • Hello world

    I used the traffic shaper wizzard from 2.0-RELEASE (i386). As wizzard I've chosen "single WAN multi LAN".
    I haven't modded anything after the wizzard, but all traffic from LAN to DMZ and from DMZ to LAN is shaped… That's very bad... How can I disable all shaping thing between LAN/DMZ?

    Here are my rules (generated by the wizzard):

    Greetings from switzerland
    Mete



  • Is this such a difficult question that not one has an idea?



  • Isn't it possible?? omg…



  • It might be doable if you change all those floating rules to wan rules. then it doesn't "hit" on any trafic. But not sure



  • Have you considered adding a floating-tab rule LAN->DMZ, with the "quick" option checked, at/near the top, without queuing options?



  • @dhatz:

    Have you considered adding a floating-tab rule LAN->DMZ, with the "quick" option checked, at/near the top, without queuing options?

    I think that it would then just go straight to the default queue, as any traffic not assigned directly ends up there.

    The best bet that I know of is to make nested queues, similar to how the traffic shaper wizard does it if you use one particular wizard – think it was the single wan/mutli-lan wizard.

    Can't recall if it used the limiter thing and made pipes, or if it was some other method, but it's worth a try to run the wizards until you find the one that makes nested queues.



  • You need to raise the root queues bandwidth the to that of the connection bandwidth.  You will also need to set the upperlimits for actual internet traffic in the child queues accordingly.

    Then create aliases for each of the interfaces going to the others.

    i.e.  Alias LAN_to_TUN and add the TUN subnets into the Alias.

    Then add a shaper rule so that all traffic from LAN to LAN_to_TUN alias destinations are forwarded to the root queues instead.



  • @dreamslacker:

    You need to raise the root queues bandwidth the to that of the connection bandwidth.  You will also need to set the upperlimits for actual internet traffic in the child queues accordingly.

    Then create aliases for each of the interfaces going to the others.

    i.e.  Alias LAN_to_TUN and add the TUN subnets into the Alias.

    Then add a shaper rule so that all traffic from LAN to LAN_to_TUN alias destinations are forwarded to the root queues instead.

    Hi

    Thanks for your description.
    So is it right, that I need to do that all by hand, because the "single wan, multi lan" wizzard isn't working correctly?

    Thanks
    Mete



  • @mete:

    Hi

    Thanks for your description.
    So is it right, that I need to do that all by hand, because the "single wan, multi lan" wizzard isn't working correctly?

    Thanks
    Mete

    Yes, by hand since the default shaper wizards are more for actual shaping for LAN->WAN traffic.

    You do need to add rules manually for each interface to the other interfaces and place them above the default rule though.



  • Hi Mete,

    Is it possible to show how you have it setup with screen shot preferably. It would help others too.

    Tks
    Eric


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