[Firehol-support] Problem setting up FireQOS on A-DSL with PPPoE
floschroeck at gmail.com
Sun Nov 3 20:06:55 GMT 2013
with the ifb module it is working now! Is there a way i can classify
high-volume HTTP downloads, eg. by the target domain, maybe even with a
wildcard - like *.somehost.com?
To keep surfing smooth while a big download is running.
2013/11/2 Florian Schröck <floschroeck at gmail.com>
> Hello Costa,
> thanks for the fast reply!
> Indeed there is no ifb module. I'm runinng Raspberian, a Debian variant:
> Linux raspberrypi 3.6.11 #1 PREEMPT Sat Sep 21 21:12:11 CEST 2013 armv6l
> I'm recompiling my kernel with ifb enabled now. This takes a day on the
> Raspberry Pi though ;)
> 2013/11/2 Tsaousis, Costa <costa at tsaousis.gr>
>> Hi Florian,
>> Thanks for trying FireQOS.
>> It seems that your kernel does not have the IFB module. What distro
>> are you using? Which kernel version?
>> To verify you don't have IFB in kernel, fo this:
>> # modprobe ifb
>> does it work?
>> Without IFB in your kernel, you are limited to use FireQOS for traffic
>> control on the output of interfaces only. Copy and paste only the
>> output interface to see it working.
>> 2013/11/2 Florian Schröck <floschroeck at gmail.com>:
>> > Hello,
>> > I was looking for a traffic shaping solution for my home network and i
>> > firehol i stumbled upon fireqos. To get started i just pasted the
>> > example from the howto and changed the DEVICE=ppp0 and the speeds.
>> > ppp0 is my PPPoE device on my raspberry pi from a german DSL provider.
>> > at the start i just get the errors below. Can somebody point me in the
>> > direction?
>> > Thank you!
>> > FireQOS $Id: 3bd5794f2e29d2748784acd5d7810d54ba1e99e2 $
>> > (C) 2013 Costa Tsaousis, GPL
>> > : interface ppp0 world-in input rate 14000kbit adsl local
>> > find device "ppp0-ifb"
>> > FAILED: Cannot bring device ppp0-ifb UP.
>> > FAILED TO ACTIVATE TRAFFIC CONTROL.
>> > Clearing failed interface: world-in (ppp0 input => ppp0-ifb)...
>> > ppp0-ifb: ./fireqos.in: line 334: interface_inout: command not
>> > found
>> > cleared traffic control
>> > ppp0-ifb: removed IFB device
>> > No traffic control is operational by FireQOS
>> > bye...
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