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There is another thread that deals with the RT-N66U and Tomato, however I didn't want to threadjack for my questions.

So some background... I installed Tomato on my router because when downloading stuff through Sickbeard and Usenet, it would completely max out my bandwidth. The stock firmware didn't have much for QoS settings. Now, I seem to have messed something up with the Tomato QoS settings because my HTPC gets terrible speeds when downloading or streaming. My HTPC used to be able to download files > 3Mb/s, now it's less than 1Mb/s and trying to stream video is terrible (Hockeystreams, Netflix, etc.). However, all of the other computers in the house are virtually unaffected and can download and stream no problem...

Does anyone have a guide of some kind that they use to setup QoS on Tomato? I followed a general one that told me what to cap my connection speeds at (D/L and U/L) but that's it.
    
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There is another thread that deals with the RT-N66U and Tomato, however I didn't want to threadjack for my questions.

So some background... I installed Tomato on my router because when downloading stuff through Sickbeard and Usenet, it would completely max out my bandwidth. The stock firmware didn't have much for QoS settings. Now, I seem to have messed something up with the Tomato QoS settings because my HTPC gets terrible speeds when downloading or streaming. My HTPC used to be able to download files > 3Mb/s, now it's less than 1Mb/s and trying to stream video is terrible (Hockeystreams, Netflix, etc.). However, all of the other computers in the house are virtually unaffected and can download and stream no problem...

Does anyone have a guide of some kind that they use to setup QoS on Tomato? I followed a general one that told me what to cap my connection speeds at (D/L and U/L) but that's it.

if you're not using upnp, then you'd need to manually setup the port forwards, this is probably the issue.
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