Traffic shaper working for outbound, not for inbound
mgaudette last edited by
I have been trying to get the traffic shaper to work inbounds (I am aware of the inbound shaping limitations, but it would still help). I have a simple cable modem connection, here is what I did:
I am using PRIQ for both NICs
WAN is set with a limit of 700kbits/s with 3 queues, each with different priorities
I have a floating rule saying "on WAN interface, everything going to w.x.y.z is sent to the high priority queue."
I see the results reflected in the queue status screen.
I also have LAN setup in a mirrored way: limit of 9000kbit/s, 3 queues.
I also have a floating rule saying "on LAN interface, everything coming from w.x.y.z is sent to the LAN high priority queue".
NOTHING gets put in those queues, even though I know things are coming in from that IP.
Does the LAN traffic shaping require something more than WAN?
dreamslacker last edited by
Try queueing with "In" on WAN with source w.x.y.z and dest. "Lan subnet" instead for the download matching.
And use rules in the LAN tab instead to do outbount shaping.