Actually it contains quite a bit of useful information. A succint description of the problem and the steps necessary to reproduce it. I was amiss in not stating I am running Build 49 of the kernel 26 (Tomato Firmware v1.28.9049 MIPSR2-beta19 K26 USB vpn3.6) build on an Asus RT-N16. It is the only build I have run.
"If you experience a problem with your router running Tomato USB and you believe that this might be a bug in the firmware, first try to search this site, as well as 2 Tomato USB threads on linksysinfo.org: USB mod thread, and K26 mod thread - it's possible that your problem has been discussed and resolved before. Even if you don't find the ready-to-use solution, you may find some useful recommendations for troubleshooting."
"As the first step in troubleshooting any issue, try to reset the router to default settings using "Erase all data in NVRAM memory (thorough)" option on the "Administration -> Configuration" page of the Tomato GUI. You can also press and hold the "Reset" button to restore default configuration. Do not restore your settings from the backup configuration file - always reconfigure the router manually when troubleshooting the problem!"
"Further troubleshooting steps may vary depending on what kind of problem you're trying to solve. Be creative, and try to do as much troubleshooting as you can think of, and collect as many details about the problem itself and your configuration as possible."
Done, and described. I have reduced the QoS ruleset to include all traffic to and from a fixed IP computer. The Unclassified connection are to IP addresses outside my LAN.
"Describe your problem in details - what exactly you're trying to do, the expected results, the observed behavior, and steps to reproduce."
As stated I would like to get QoS working according to the ruleset I provide. In my network, I have a VOIP box that I would like to set to the highest priority, gaming and general browsing to high, bulk traffic to Low, and P2P clients to Lowest. After noticing the output was not following these rules exactly (incorrectly classified connections and the aforementioned Unclassified conections) I stripped down my ruleset. All P2P clients reside on one PC. I gave this PC a fixed IP address and made the ruleset to set all traffic to or from this IP address to Lowest. I set my default class to Low. Many connections to and from this PC are listed as Unclassified.
Overall nice bit of software here. Everything else I have tried with the router and this has worked great.