I’m afraid I made a huge mistake.
Recently, I upgraded my GL-AR750, from LuCI LEDE 17.01, to OpenWRT 18.06
I do like the OpenWRT GUI, and I belie I understand this interface much better.
But please note that I am a beginner in everything related to openwrt, Linux, etc…
Anyway, I had managed to configure the QoS that suited me in the LEDE GL-AR750; in order to make some devices priority to others, but without using band limitation.
After de upgrade, I’m no more one LEDE, and I don’t find any QoS configuration, except de one in the “client” page (http://192.168.8.1/index#/clients)
But this one only provides band limitation.
And I don’t want to limit any device bandwidth, if there is no other (priority) device using bandwidth.
I don’t know coming back to LEDE.
I read about it, and it scared me.
And I don’t want to change, cause I like that OpenWRT.
But I need a good QoS service. Too many devices are connected on my DSL connection, and some use all the bandwidth while I would like to have 75% on the main computer.
I did find luci-app-qos, or others qos applications (?), but event with a tutorial, I’m not sure how to make it work, or what it will provide.
I connected to the GL-AR750 with WinSCP for the first time only 24 hours ago.
For example, I don’t understand what’s called "enabling the qos init script" and the rest here: [OpenWrt Wiki] docs:guide-user:network:traffic-shaping:qos-tomerge
So… do you think someone can help me get a QoS configuration interface such as LuCI LEDE
In the meantime, I’ll try… whatever I can find.
Hopping it won’t brick my router.
But that wouldn’t be the worst thing.