Default QoS Rules Contest **Complete**

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Volaris
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Re: Default QoS Rules Contest **Complete**

Postby Volaris » Sat Feb 17, 2018 12:39 pm

d3fz wrote:
Volaris wrote:Leaving it to my ISP seems to break ACC at times (and I use a big ISP in the US; Comcast). It's almost as if pings to Comcast IP are exempt from speed cap because the ping remains low even when the line gets saturated.

That was my case as well (different ISP), ping remaining low even when the line was fully saturated. ACC would still work, but not at its best, as I happened to find out later after changing to an alternative ping target.

@Volaris, you seem to know a lot about QoS. There's an ongoing discussion about the effectiveness of alternative ping targets vs gateway (default). Would you mind sharing some thoughts on the subject?

Thank you.

Shared.

I got to test the new QoS default rules using the 01/22 beta. They seem setup for <128 byte prioritization on upload @ 90% (!) bandwidth and no rules or prioritization on download (just equal sharing among devices)

The new default rules work decent and always kept the connection usable, but I went ahead and changed them to <128 byte prioritization on both upload and download, at 50% bandwidth for both. The reasons I did this are because I could never get an A score on DSLreports buffer bloat test, browsing didn't feel as snappy without <128 byte prioritization on download (images in articles load instantly, for example), and I was wary of some rogue connections (torrents, and I think someone mentioned Steam uploads) taking control of 90% of my upload connection.
QoS Tip: Don't complicate your QoS settings. Gargoyle evenly splits available bandwidth between active devices as needed. Just delete all your classification rules and leave only one normal service class and you're done. No more arguing over bandwidth.

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Re: Default QoS Rules Contest **Complete**

Postby d3fz » Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:55 pm

Thanks for your feedback.
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Re: Default QoS Rules Contest **Complete**

Postby GargoyleNoob » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:40 pm

My current settings. My bullets have been registering pretty well in COD as of late and although I'm only getting half of my DL speeds, I'm satisfied overall. B/W monitoring is off btw, so no graphs for me. TPL WDR3600

http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/29967764

ACC on. Everything else unchecked:
https://gyazo.com/d7cc0087064adb1c12860e358d921a96

The 3% dedicated to UDP UL traffic makes my gaming experience night n day:
https://gyazo.com/617dea41571c9daa0942bc08c4f4d75f

I've gotten an A+ Bufferbloat rating every hour for the past 8 hours.

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Re: Default QoS Rules Contest **Complete**

Postby Bluey2444 » Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:02 am

Hi, I would like to make sure I have the Qos set right.
I use iracing and all the upload traffic from my end uses UDP. As soon as someone else in the house uploads something I get kicked.
This is the Qos rule I've applied

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Re: Default QoS Rules Contest **Complete**

Postby ispyisail » Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:26 am

Bluey2444 wrote:Hi, I would like to make sure I have the Qos set right.
I use iracing and all the upload traffic from my end uses UDP. As soon as someone else in the house uploads something I get kicked.
This is the Qos rule I've applied


Start a new thread and post some screen shots

kanenas
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Re: Default QoS Rules Contest **Complete**

Postby kanenas » Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:16 pm

This thread is an eye opener but it would help a lot if the first post had 2 screenshot one for upload and one for download with the recommended settings so that we are sure what we did is the correct one.

In my case after various updates from one version to the other it seems that I no longer have the default settings.

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Re: Default QoS Rules Contest **Complete**

Postby encro » Sun Jul 15, 2018 5:20 am

kanenas wrote:This thread is an eye opener but it would help a lot if the first post had 2 screenshot one for upload and one for download with the recommended settings so that we are sure what we did is the correct one.

In my case after various updates from one version to the other it seems that I no longer have the default settings.


These Rules in the OP haven't been applied to an Official Release. v1.11 will incorporate these default rules in addition to changes in the way ACC adjusts bandwidth.
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