Edit: This will cause trouble on current firmware releases greater than r21061. Use the predefined service handler to stop/start QoS instead. Even if needed, use imq1 instead of br0 for internal traffic shaping. stopservice wshaper startservice wshaper. If you need to alter down/up rates edit the nvram variables before restarting wshaper
linux - QoS on DD-WRT Questions - Server Fault Recent version of DD-WRT; 120 kbytes/s up and 2mbytes/down; Traffic limited to about 80% of stated speed, so about 100kbytes/sec; HFSC enabled but no traffic rules. Observed behaviour: Traffic is indeed limited to about 80kb/s. Ping at full saturation is still low. Problem scenario: Say User 1 … Adding No-IP DDNS Support to your Router Jul 09, 2009
Traffic shaping is most often built into routers and firewalls because that's the best location for it. There are some traffic shaping devices that are stand-alone devices, but you could always get a different firewall and place it behind your existing device configured for traffic shaping only. It would cost about the same in most cases.
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Jan 15, 2016 OpenWrt Project: SQM (aka Smart Queue Management) OpenWrt/LEDE has pre-built packages for controlling Bufferbloat - the undesirable latency that arises when the router buffers too much data. OpenWrt calls this SQM, although it's also called active queue management - AQM.. Bufferbloat is most evident when the link is heavily loaded. How to Prioritize Your Network Traffic with DD-WRT Aug 16, 2011 Prioritizing Netflix traffic with DD-WRT Nov 15, 2010