Is it that uPnP bypasses the traffic shaper all together or does it's traffic just get automatically sent to the default queue? I'm on 1.2 Final and it looks like the upstream traffic from utorrent using a random port via upnp is being "picked up" in the "qwandef" queue status graph.
So... if I design my shaper solution around this fact, I might be able to make it work, correct? (and not have to wait until 2009 for 1.3)
For instance: I know Xbox 360 traffic will be uPnP and so will be in the default queue automatically. I can make my P2P stuff go to another queue of lower priority and saturate it completely. Then I'll see if my ping times are OK. If they are OK, or at least less than with no shaping, then I'm headed in the right direction!
I'm going to test this when I get home.
Also the 1.2 final release has a working version of upnp which DOES NOT, from my experience, need the script/patch provided by RSW686 for the older version(I believe this patch is already included in the recent PFsense releases). I'm back to using a residential ISP with 1 dynamic address and we have 8 Xbox 360s here (all upnp, all open NAT status) as well as a PS3(uPnP as well) all playing nicely online. My pfsense uptime has been around 72 days and I haven't restarted miniupnpd in about 2 weeks. The only reason it has restarted is because of the troublesome power outages. My last issue in the traffic shaper
Thanks again for your help.