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Now now, so much fighting.

Anyways, I don't know if the QoS was solved. But this is how I would do it on my Linksys router. I can set twwo MAC addresses to have a low priority. I can also change the Ethernet port priority/ port priority. As you can see, I have not done any of that. I don't have to. But if I were you I would find their MAC addresses and put those as low priority. And then if you are using an ethernet port set yours to high.

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Originally Posted by Spooony;14558349 
Thats a assumption your making
P2P=illegal copyrighted content=illegal
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Originally Posted by retrogreq;14557495 
Are they ILLEGALLY torrenting stuff? If so, you really should just tell them to stop completely...

You are getting ridiculous, I'm taking this to PM's to clean up the thread.

and you're*
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So some people are arguing here that another is portraying P2P to be illegal. I use P2P as well, not just for games but for work, server configurations, etc, but yes, I do to highly doubt thats what she is using it for.
She is probably using it to download movies, songs, and I highly doubt shes gaming (I mean, do girls even exist on the intarlinks? biggrin.gif)

Determining what the P2P traffic is a bit difficult because for a program to piece together a UDP stream to determine whether its a copyrighted movie/music, a VOIP stream, game update and someone to babysit your connection and look through it all is a bit insane. However, some ISPs can keep track of usage statistics and may sometimes release them. Also If you are downloading a torrent that is being watched by a company that owns the rights to it, they will most likely be able to easily find your info via a peer list for the torrent and find out where your WAN IP is coming from and send a complaint to your ISP. This is also grounds for a company to sue you.

Just wait, and one day, if the crap is passed, ISPs will be able to record all your usage statistics and log them for the authorities to see, and these will definitely be used to smash you in court if companies wish to take you to court for DLing their copyrighted material.
Edited by Kaiga - 8/12/11 at 12:03pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaiga;14559889 
So some people are arguing here that another is portraying P2P to be illegal. I use P2P as well, not just for games but for work, server configurations, etc, but yes, I do to highly doubt thats what she is using it for.
She is probably using it to download movies, songs, and I highly doubt shes gaming (I mean, do girls even exist on the intarlinks? biggrin.gif)

Determining what the P2P traffic is a bit difficult because for a program to piece together a UDP stream to determine whether its a copyrighted movie/music, a VOIP stream, game update and someone to babysit your connection and look through it all is a bit insane. However, some ISPs can keep track of usage statistics and may sometimes release them. Also If you are downloading a torrent that is being watched by a company that owns the rights to it, they will most likely be able to easily find your info via a peer list for the torrent and find out where your WAN IP is coming from and send a complaint to your ISP. This is also grounds for a company to sue you.

Just wait, and one day, if the crap is passed, ISPs will be able to record all your usage statistics and log them for the authorities to see, and these will definitely be used to smash you in court if companies wish to take you to court for DLing their copyrighted material.
That is if the one are dumb using tracker connections with a direct connection. A person must be extremely dumb to be caught out by your isp for downloading a specific file
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set up two separate wireless networks.

...

Limit one... Leave the other alone.. Passwords bro.
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I have a very similar modem / router combo to yours. I still haven't figured out how to setup QoS on it properly. So if you figure it out, post it!
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install cfos speed on her machine
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I suggest suggest he flash DD-WRT or Tomato firmware into that router if it's possible!!! (if he has a separate broadcom chipset router from that all in one modem/AP/NAT/SPI GARBAGE)

Dude... Buy an Asus RT-N16 router and flash Tomato USB on it. Personally I use Victek's build with some of my own customizations before compiling. Then use the following QoS settings.
Code:
nvram set "ct_tcp_timeout=0 1200 20 20 20 20 10 20 20 0"
nvram set "ct_udp_timeout=10 10"
nvram set "qos_enable=1"
nvram set "qos_ack=0"
nvram set "qos_default=8"
nvram set "qos_fin=1"
nvram set "qos_icmp=1"
nvram set "qos_irates=10,10,60,90,0,70,70,70,80,1"
nvram set "qos_orates=5-20,5-20,5-25,5-80,10-80,20-80,5-80,5-80,5-90,1-1"
nvram set "qos_orules=0<<-1<d<53,37,123,3445<0<<0:10<0<DNS,Time,NTP,RSVP>0<<6<s<80<0<<<3<Remote Web Access>0<<-1<d<11999,2300:2400,6073,28800:29100,47624<0<<0:50<1<Some well known games>0<<-1<a<<0<flash<<2<Flash Video (Youtube, etc...)>0<<-1<a<<0<httpvideo<<2<HTTP Video (Youtube, etc...)>0<<6<a<<0<shoutcast<<2<Shoutcast>0<<-1<d<554,1755,5004,5005,6970:7170,8554<0<<<2<RTP,RTSP>0<<-1<d<1935,5060:5063,1719,1720,3478,3479,15000<0<<<2<RTMP,MMS,SIP,H323,STUN>0<<6<d<80,443<0<<0:256<4<WWW,SSL>0<<-1<d<25,465,563,587,110,119,143,220,993,995<0<<<5<Mail (SMTP,POP3,IMAP)>0<<-1<d<1220,1234,5100,6005,6970<0<<<2<QT,Camfrog,VLC>0<<-1<d<1502:1503,1863,3389,5061,5190:5193,7001<0<<<6<MSGR1 - Windows Live>0<<-1<d<194,1720,1730:1732,6660:6669,22555<0<<<6<MSGR2 - Chat Services>0<<-1<d<5000:5010,5050,5100,5222,5223,8000:8002<0<<<6<MSGR3 - Chat Services>0<<-1<x<20:23,6571,6891:6901<0<<256:<7<FTP,SFTP,WLM File Transfers>0<<6<d<80,443<0<<256:<7<HTTP, SSL File Transfers>0<<17<d<1:65535<0<<<9<P2P (uTP, UDP)"
nvram set "qos_pfifo=0"
nvram set "qos_reset=1"
nvram set "qos_rst=1"
nvram set "qos_syn=1"
sleep 2
nvram commit
sleep 10
reboot

Those settings should work very well and took countless hours to come up with. Thank Toastman for his hardwork on those QoS settings. It's a great base to work with. Understand that you will have to set your upload and download speeds in QoQ as it's for a generic DSL line with half meg up and 5 meg down. Just adjust the up and down speed to your connection and all the other settings will adjust accordingly.

If you buy that router and use my QoS setting I can ASSURE YOU 100% that you can all share that connection with no problems or slow downs even if they are downloading torrents.
Edited by HiroPro - 8/16/11 at 2:02pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Draggin;14565575 
set up two separate wireless networks.

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Limit one... Leave the other alone.. Passwords bro.

Completely useless advice as the issue is in the throughput of the address translation/SPI or even more so connection concurrency. That Broadcom CPU in the router is simply OVERLOADED and adding an AP or another wireless network won't make any difference what so ever as it still has to go through the same NAT duh!

And Clorox if you really want to understand QoS checkout this FANTASTIC article on it from Toastman.

http://tomatousb.org/tut:using-tomato-s-qos-system
Edited by HiroPro - 8/13/11 at 1:24pm
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Ok! Thank you sir. Now then, does anyone know how to set up QoS? I've been looking at if for a couple of weeks, but can't really seem to wrap my head around it. My router is: ZyXEL Q1000z

That's an all in one DSL "modem" and wireless router. Ask ISP for just a modem with no router/AP/NAT Get rid of that GARBAGE or set it to bridge mode and use your own router. It defaults to act as a router with NAT and when you use that with another router your going through two levels of NAT!! Of course your connection is screwy. At the very least you need to set that all in one DSL modem CRAP into bridge mode so it doesn't do any NAT/Firewall/AP period if using your own router.

And if your purchasing a router get an Asus RT-N16 and NOTHING ELSE... don't settle for a Bestbuy special as you'll probably never be able to flash tomato into it and you'll be clueless as to what your missing!

I order RT-N16 by the boxload and replace all in one units all the time with a stand alone modem and that router with my own Tomato USB build. Every customer is blown away at how much better their connection is after the change!
Edited by HiroPro - 8/13/11 at 1:46pm
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