[Release] FreshJR Adaptive QOS (Improvements / Custom Rules / and Inner workings)

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el pescador

Senior Member
Anyway to make traffic on one port the ulitmate priority?
Want all my FIFA and CoD UDP packets to get precedence over everything else.
Not bothered about gaming tcp..
 

Vexira

Part of the Furniture
I'm really curious as to in the future update what needs to be adjusted to account for the Mobile Game Mode, QoS category along with the other two modes.

Mabye fresh left some hints on how to add new categories to the script in previous posts.
 

maghuro

Very Senior Member
I'm really curious as to in the future update what needs to be adjusted to account for the Mobile Game Mode, QoS category along with the other two modes.

Mabye fresh left some hints on how to add new categories to the script in previous posts.
The best option we have is someone who understands this forks the GitHub code and continues the work.
 

maghuro

Very Senior Member
I have those two persist connections showing on my QoS:

Code:
tcp
from my internal device IP:52382
To: 185.130.105.100: 89
SU MIT Telnet Gateway

tcp
from my internal device IP:51471
To: 185.130.105.120:89
SU MIT Telnet Gateway
Does anyone have an Idea of what can it be?
 

dave14305

Part of the Furniture
I have those two persist connections showing on my QoS:

Code:
tcp
from my internal device IP:52382
To: 185.130.105.100: 89
SU MIT Telnet Gateway

tcp
from my internal device IP:51471
To: 185.130.105.120:89
SU MIT Telnet Gateway
Does anyone have an Idea of what can it be?
A VPN Client?
 

JonEngland

Regular Contributor
I don't have any VPN on this particular machine :/
does the process that has this connection open on the internal machine give you a clue?

e.g. network tab in resmon.exe
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L&LD

Part of the Furniture
@admiral2145 the first few posts of this thread have stayed relevant and continue to do so. :)
 

maxbraketorque

Very Senior Member
I've not ever had any practical issues with my Comcast 275/12 connection, but DSL reports and fast.com both report high buffer bloat for outbound data. After a bit of reading on the buffer bloat topic, I decided to enable QOS in automatic mode with fq_codel. Didn't make any difference on buffer bloat. After reviewing this thread, I enabled manual bandwidth control, and that 100% eliminated the outbound buffer bloat, even with the outbound bandwidth set to 12 mbps.

I guess I can assume that the elimination of the outbound buffer bloat will result in some practical improvement in internet access quality, but not sure when I'll ever see it. Perhaps it will provide value if the outbound bandwidth is saturated for any length of time which is fairly rare. Given that I don't see any obvious internet access quality improvement with QOS, is there any point to running the FreshJR script?
 
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