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Guspaz
Guspaz
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reply to Cloneman

Re: Tomato QoS major bug (all versions, incl toastman, shibby)

Your preferred approach would be incorrect... If a class is set to use 1% to 70%, it really should be able to use up to 70%. That's why you use a combination of per-class limits and a global limit. If multiple classes are contending for the bandwidth, that's when the priority order goes into effect; if you have one class at 70% and one at 50%, they'll combine to hit the global limit, and at that point the higher class will get priority.

In other words, in the scenario you describe, I would not expect, nor would I want, 30% of bandwidth to be left over.
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