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dolly
Posted 2005-12-29 9:48 PM (#17)
Subject: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
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Posts: 13

Hi all,
new version of QoS Layer7 filtering support package is available for download for both Coyote Linux & BrazilFW routers. Update to this version is highly recomended because previous versions were only test versions with limited functionality.

QoS Layer7 filtering package

New features:
* Critical functionality bug fixes (this is finally fully working version, update is highly recomended!!!)
* Automatic update of Layer7 protocol definitions

If you find any bugs, please post them in this forum
nachazo
Posted 2005-12-30 5:12 PM (#24 - in reply to #17)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
Hello I just try your package and appear in webmin a link with the name qos layer7... but when click in it ... Appears a blank screen.... Is like a joke.... because i was waiting this package for 1 year wiht a lot of hope.....



Can you tell me what i´m doing wrong?

I just copy the addon in the flopy.... of my brazilfw 2.26


Regards.

Nacho.

www.ladelbarrio.com.ar
dolly
Posted 2005-12-30 7:02 PM (#26 - in reply to #24)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
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Posts: 13

oops, i probably uploaded wrong tgz file. sry, please download package again it should by ok now.
Giovanotti
Posted 2006-01-01 11:00 AM (#27 - in reply to #17)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
Dolly,
HNY!
I downloaded and installed L7 package to CL 2.24 - is there compatibility at all or should I go to BFW?

Currently I use Wonder shaper - should I switch QOS off or go to manual setup and enable L7?
After reboot, I see entry of L7. I can modify, add L7 filters, but they will not be included in backup, so after restart, I get no effect.

Thanks, for any advice.

G.
dolly
Posted 2006-01-01 3:24 PM (#28 - in reply to #27)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
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Posts: 13

I was a bug, it's fixed now. The package should be working on both Coyote Linux and BrazilFW routers.

You will have to use Coyote QoS init scripts, Layer7 package is not compatible with wondershaper, but it requires defined QoS classes from Coyote QoS config (but you don't have to configure any filtering rules in classic QoS setup)
Giovanotti
Posted 2006-01-02 10:25 PM (#30 - in reply to #28)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
Hi, Dolly,
I played a little, but I am not very litterate...
1. Why would I get message:
cat: /etc/coyote/qos.l7filter: No such file or directory L7-QoS: init complete?

2. My situation:
with several neighbours, we share over wifi ADSL 4096/512. CL box is connected between DSL modem and AP. Every house has 10IPs available, one of them for AP-client box. In practice, up to 3 computers are being used in each house, but not all the time. Some computers are constantly on (P2P), others are being used, when needed.
What I would like to have, is kind of democracy: if 10 houses use internet, DL/UL speed - no. of available connections, should be divided to 10, if less houses/users, speed should be divided n-less. I notice, that if no. of simoultaneous connection increases very much, general DL/UL (for browsing, sending email) speed drops substantially.
Is this idea possible?

G.
_dann_
Posted 2006-01-04 12:06 AM (#31 - in reply to #17)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
in http://l7-filter.sourceforge.net/protocols says that QoS-L7 have (shoutcast, SIP, skypeout) protocol support but in CL 2.24 but in Web Administrator - Version 4.10 of CL only see (shoutcast, ???, skypeout), which I'm a select for SIP support?, Thanks
_neale
Posted 2006-01-04 4:34 AM (#33 - in reply to #17)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
I had same issue but after I did "update L7-protocol definitions" from webmin I found sip in protocol list. This is with BrazilFW 2.26.
_dann_
Posted 2006-01-06 1:57 AM (#41 - in reply to #17)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
Thanks

i'm a new trouble, when i do "Reload QoS-L7 Filters" I have
----------------------------------------------------
L7-QoS: using coyote QOS config scripts...
* building filters for QOS class 1:10 (ip 192.168.0.0/24)
- building filters for l7-protocol "sip" ...
- down filter -d 192.168.0.0/24 layer7 --l7proto sip --set-mark 1100
iptables: No chain/target/match by that name - up filter -s 192.168.0.0/24 layer7 --l7proto sip --set-mark 2100
iptables: No chain/target/match by that name - building filters for l7-protocol "h323" ...
- down filter -d 192.168.0.0/24 layer7 --l7proto h323 --set-mark 1100
iptables: No chain/target/match by that name RTNETLINK answers: File exists - up filter -s 192.168.0.0/24 layer7 --l7proto h323 --set-mark 2100
iptables: No chain/target/match by that name RTNETLINK answers: File exists L7-QoS: init complete
----------------------------------------------------
qos L7 does it work?, what happen? why does not seem than http://dolly.czi.cz/coyote/img/screens/qosl704.jpg

Thanks
I use CL 2.24, I was Update L7-protocol definitions and not see any wrong in the process
_dann_
Posted 2006-01-06 1:57 AM (#42 - in reply to #17)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
Thanks

i'm a new trouble, when i do "Reload QoS-L7 Filters" I have
----------------------------------------------------
L7-QoS: using coyote QOS config scripts...
* building filters for QOS class 1:10 (ip 192.168.0.0/24)
- building filters for l7-protocol "sip" ...
- down filter -d 192.168.0.0/24 layer7 --l7proto sip --set-mark 1100
iptables: No chain/target/match by that name - up filter -s 192.168.0.0/24 layer7 --l7proto sip --set-mark 2100
iptables: No chain/target/match by that name - building filters for l7-protocol "h323" ...
- down filter -d 192.168.0.0/24 layer7 --l7proto h323 --set-mark 1100
iptables: No chain/target/match by that name RTNETLINK answers: File exists - up filter -s 192.168.0.0/24 layer7 --l7proto h323 --set-mark 2100
iptables: No chain/target/match by that name RTNETLINK answers: File exists L7-QoS: init complete
----------------------------------------------------
qos L7 does it work?, what happen? why does not seem than http://dolly.czi.cz/coyote/img/screens/qosl704.jpg, I use CL 2.24, I was Update L7-protocol definitions and not see any wrong in the process

Thanks
Joe
Posted 2006-02-06 11:32 AM (#50 - in reply to #42)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
Hi,
I am having the same problems as _dann_ in which all my l7 filters say

iptables: No chain/target/match by that name RTNETLINK answers: File exists

I am also using CL 2.24 with rrd stats. I usually try to fix these small bugs on my own but have found no information on the subject. I was able to fix a cosmetic bug in the QOS init scripts where the echo to the user said that the slow priority was also priority 1 instead of 2 hoping, on the off chance, that it might have been related to this. I have taking some programming before, but this networking stuff is way over my head. I did some light reading on l7filter on the sourceforge website, but didn't find anything that could help me. I tried changing the l7filter name in the script to POSTROUTING, which elimenated the iptables part, but left the RTNETLINK part, figured it probably did more harm than good to just randomly change things, so I changed it back. Obviously I've spent many hours of fustration and this is my last resort.
I am hoping someone can help me.

Thanks,
Joe
Jenya
Posted 2006-02-15 11:53 PM (#52 - in reply to #17)
Subject: RE: QoS-L7 Package v0.2 available
Hello Dolly,

I have similar problem:
Do you think that these are "only" warnings or functionality of l7QoS classifying is broken?
How can I repair it?

Thanks a lot

L7-QoS: using coyote QOS config scripts...
* building filters for QOS class 1:10 (ip 192.168.1.0/24)
- building filters for l7-protocol "bittorrent" ...
- down filter -d 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto bittorrent --set-mark 1102
- up filter -s 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto bittorrent --set-mark 2102
- building filters for l7-protocol "sip" ...
- down filter -d 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto sip --set-mark 1100
- up filter -s 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto sip --set-mark 2100
- building filters for l7-protocol "h323" ...
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - down filter -d 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto h323 --set-mark 1100
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - up filter -s 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto h323 --set-mark 2100
- building filters for l7-protocol "skypeout" ...
- down filter -d 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto skypeout --set-mark 1100
Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, $, in hex (\x24). I recommend that you write this as $ or \$, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, $, in hex (\x24). I recommend that you write this as $ or \$, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, $, in hex (\x24). I recommend that you write this as $ or \$, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, ^, in hex (\x5e). I recommend that you write this as ^ or \^, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, ^, in hex (\x5e). I recommend that you write this as ^ or \^, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, ^, in hex (\x5e). I recommend that you write this as ^ or \^, depending on what you meant. RTNETLINK answers: File exists - up filter -s 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto skypeout --set-mark 2100
Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, $, in hex (\x24). I recommend that you write this as $ or \$, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, $, in hex (\x24). I recommend that you write this as $ or \$, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, $, in hex (\x24). I recommend that you write this as $ or \$, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, ^, in hex (\x5e). I recommend that you write this as ^ or \^, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, ^, in hex (\x5e). I recommend that you write this as ^ or \^, depending on what you meant. Warning: layer7 regexp contains a control character, ^, in hex (\x5e). I recommend that you write this as ^ or \^, depending on what you meant. RTNETLINK answers: File exists - building filters for l7-protocol "shoutcast" ...
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - down filter -d 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto shoutcast --set-mark 1100
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - up filter -s 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto shoutcast --set-mark 2100
- building filters for l7-protocol "directconnect" ...
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - down filter -d 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto directconnect --set-mark 1102
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - up filter -s 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto directconnect --set-mark 2102
- building filters for l7-protocol "teamspeak" ...
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - down filter -d 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto teamspeak --set-mark 1100
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - up filter -s 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto teamspeak --set-mark 2100
- building filters for l7-protocol "fasttrack" ...
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - down filter -d 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto fasttrack --set-mark 1102
RTNETLINK answers: File exists - up filter -s 192.168.1.0/24 layer7 --l7proto fasttrack --set-mark 2102
L7-QoS: init complete
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