I've noticed an issue with my QoS leaving connections "unclassified".
Earlier today, my phone was sending a 10mb email rather slowly, when I noticed in tomato (1.28 shibby running on asus ac68) the qos was mysteriously allocating the connection to class 10 (default class) via the outbound connections qos graph. However, when I clicked to view the class 10 detail, the phone's traffic wasn't actually shown. It's neither in class 5 (where it should be). When I clicked transfer rates I could see my phone uploading at ~100KBps to the hotmail server (class 10 cap), but when I clicked view details I could see the connection unclassified.
I have included pics of my settings and the detail. The upload was being sent to port 443, which should hit class 5 as its set to include any traffic >512kb with dst ports 80,8080, & 443. If it is lower than 512kb it should hit class 2. I also noted a laptop uploading to dropbox encountered the exact same problem.
Can anyone help me figure out why this traffic is defaulting to class 10 yet showing as unclassified? I would like this upload traffic properly classified to class 5 as to allow a more gentle cap. The default class is meant to catch torrents. Link to pics imgur .com/a/AGV52