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  1. Hello NetDuma, I am currently having issues with the Traffic Prioritization on NetDumaOS, it turns on when playing call of duty on my PS4 but when i stop playing it stays on updating background packets. The PS4 isnt in Rest Mode or anything, so cant work out how this is happening. A reboot of my router resolves this but just comes back the next time I game. I have tried unticking DumaOS Classified Games but still remains on, it seems only way to get rid of it is a reboot on my router. Please can someone help me I have attached some screen shots of my setup. If you can assist it would be great, Thanks, Mas
  2. Hey hey, i noticed that my logfiles are spilling over with QOS errors: [DumaOS] QoS application exception: ERROR: Rule not found in chain stack traceback: ^I?: in function '__new__' ^I?: in functio, '?' ^I?: in function <?:469> ^I(tail call): ? ^I?: in function <?:237> ^I(tail call): ? ^I(tail call): ? ^I?: in function '?' ^I?: in function 'reset_interface' ^I?: in function <?:204> ^I?: in function 'try' ^I... ^I[C]: in function 'run' ^I?: in function <?:345> ^I[C]: in function 'xpcall' ^I?: in function 'try' ^I?: in function <?:261> ^I(tail call): ? ^I/dumaos/api/cli.lua:48: in function </dumaos/api/cli.lua:30> ^I[C]: in function 'xpcall' ^I/dumaos/api/cli.lua:59: in main chunk ^I[C]: ? Tuesday, December 31, 2019 08:50:50 [DumaOS] Long call 'del_rule' exception 'ERROR: Rule not found in chain stack traceback: ^I?: in function '__new__' ^I?: in fun,tion '?' ^I?: in function <?:469> ^I(tail call): ? ^I?: in main chunk ^I[C]: in function 'require' ^I?: in main chunk ^I[C]: in function 'require' ^I?: in main chunk ^I?: in function <?:261> ^I(tail call): ? ^I/dumaos/api/cli.lua:48: in function </dumaos/api/cli.lua:30> ^I[C]: in function 'xpcall' ^I/dumaos/api/cli.lua:59: in main chunk ^I[C]: ?' Tuesday, December 31, 2019 08:50:50 [DumaOS] Long call 'del_rule' exception 'ERROR: Rule not found in chain stack traceback: ^I?: in function '__new__' ^I?: in fun,tion '?' ^I?: in function <?:469> ^I(tail call): ? ^I?: in main chunk ^I[C]: in function 'require' ^I?: in main chunk ^I[C]: in function 'require' ^I?: in main chunk ^I?: in function <?:261> ^I(tail call): ? ^I/dumaos/api/cli.lua:48: in function </dumaos/api/cli.lua:30> ^I[C]: in function 'xpcall' ^I/dumaos/api/cli.lua:59: in main chunk ^I[C]: ?' Tuesday, December 31, 2019 08:50:50 [DumaOS] applying qos for zone wan, Tuesday, December 31, 2019 08:50:50 And I occasionally get "RPC error 'ERROR_NOENT': Rule not found in chain" when I try to update my QOS settings. Is this expected behaviour due to a mistake on my side?
  3. I have a Netgear Nughthawk XR500 with the latest firmware (as of this morning). I need to limit the upload/download limit of a set-top box and other devices at certain times. For the same of example, let's say I have 10Mbps download limit and 1Mbps upload limit from my ISP (that is my line speed). Now for the set-top box, I want to limit it to 200K for upload. To test the settings, I have removed all other devices from my router and no other device will use any upload or download (nothing is connected). I have disabled "Share Excess Bandwidth" in both upload and download options of QoS. The upload limit is set to .2 (200Kbps) for the set-top box. When the upload resumes, the upload traffic from the set-top box creeps up to 0.5/0.6 Kbps (observed via network monitor tab). If I increase the limit to 1MBps, it takes it all and creeps all the way to 1MBps. I have tried changing the anti-bufferbloat options to never also. To test it further, I tried same experiment with my PS4 and XBOX and they show same behaviour. So my question is: Is there a soft-limit of 0.5KBps for upload and download on the router? Thanks, Immy
  4. I was wondering what were the best qos settings, and how does traffic priotization work exactly?
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