CakeQOS Cake-QOS - where to find it?

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TheLyppardMan

Very Senior Member
I've just uploaded firmware 386.2 Alpha 1 to my RT-AX88U. Can anyone tell me where to find Cake-QOS as I thought I had read that it could be managed from within the GUI?
 

JonEngland

Regular Contributor
not aware of a gui for CakeQOS (or is it new in alpha?)
see below for info

once installed, run cake-qos via cli and use menu options

#########################################################

Select an option
[1] --> Start cake
[2] --> Stop cake
[3] --> Check cake status
[4] --> Change cake settings

[5] --> Update CakeQOS-Merlin
[6] --> Install CakeQOS-Merlin
[7] --> Uninstall CakeQOS-Merlin

[e] --> Exit


#########################################################
 

TheLyppardMan

Very Senior Member
Adaptive qos > qos > cake.:)
Oh thanks - I've found it now. I didn't expect to see it amongst all the Trend stuff and was looking for a separate tab for it.

Just a few more question if I may - is Cake configurable or do I just let it do its stuff with the setup that has been installed? If the answer is yes, what would I be able to configure and how would I go about it?
 

TheLyppardMan

Very Senior Member
not aware of a gui for CakeQOS (or is it new in alpha?)
see below for info

once installed, run cake-qos via cli and use menu options

#########################################################

Select an option
[1] --> Start cake
[2] --> Stop cake
[3] --> Check cake status
[4] --> Change cake settings

[5] --> Update CakeQOS-Merlin
[6] --> Install CakeQOS-Merlin
[7] --> Uninstall CakeQOS-Merlin

[e] --> Exit


#########################################################
It's a new feature in the latest Alpha build.
 

Mutzli

Very Senior Member
Oh thanks - I've found it now. I didn't expect to see it amongst all the Trend stuff and was looking for a separate tab for it.

Just a few more question if I may - is Cake configurable or do I just let it do its stuff with the setup that has been installed? If the answer is yes, what would I be able to configure and how would I go about it?
Just let it do its stuff after setting your download/upload speed and WAN packet overhead. That's the beauty of Cake, install and forget.

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ttgapers

Senior Member
The script will be used in the future for more advanced features/users.
 

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