Now with v6 I am lost again. And most of the documentation is still for post-v6 times...
So, study example:
1 rb951-2n as simple home wifi router. LAN side (wlan+E2 bridged. (E2=switch)) and WAN side (E1). DHCP server on bridge and basic firewall rule between bridge and E1 for stopping unwanted access. Srce-nat=masq. with source the dhcp network for translation of clients to main IP on WAN port. All pretty basic.
Now I want to setup simple queue (v6!) to have users share same bandwidth equally.
Lets say this wifi router itself is allowed to use in total 1Mb upload and 6Mb download to the internet. (Limited by next uplink router or by user manager.)
Since this wifi router has to serve as free AP in a bar I would like to make equal bandwidth available to each user with a maximum of only 128kbps upload and 512kb download for each user (Max Limit) with 256k upload and 1M download burst. Both streams should have for each user 65k guaranteed (Limit at)
First of all I have to pick a Queue Type for the upload and download target, no?
I think I go for "pcq-upload-default" or its download counter part....
What to set here? Use default values but set rate to 1Mb for upload and 6Mb for download?
/queue type set 5 pcq-rate=1M set 6 pcq-rate=6M
so far so good?
Now the simple queue:
/queue simple add burst-limit=256k/1M burst-threshold=128k/512k burst-time=30s/1m limit-at=64k/64k max-limit=128k/512k name="Client limit" queue=\ pcq-upload-default/pcq-download-default target=192.168.88.0/24
If I try to do a download test with 2 devices at the same time it still shows me one eats away the bandwith of the other.....
But since the total available bandwidth for both should be enough to serve both at max. I don't understand what is wrong here?