I have been using DD-WRT for its QoS for several months, and it works great.
There are some features of Tomato that I'd like (specifically, the user interface will make some of the port forwarding I need to do nice because of the source address). But QoS is critical for me because my phones are all Internet based.
So I downloaded/installed Tomato USB on a Buffalo router, and I'm configuring QoS, and have a question.
What is the purpose of setting Inbound limits for different classes?
I'd prefer everything to run at 100% under normal conditions. But, if a VOIP call is placed, I'd like the VOIP traffic to get priority.
I don't want to derate any traffic to (for example) 70 or 80% by setting an inbound limit, and waste bandwidth.