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Old 21st October 2011
majkelos majkelos is offline
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Default strange behavior of PF


Since few days somethings is wrong with my OpenBSD (4.8) router doing NAT and QoS (HFSC). I didnt make anything, such as installing, upgrading or changing pf.conf. Every user in network should has up to 4 mbits/s, but only what he can achieve is only 1mbit/s max. Whole bandwidth has 64/8Mb. Queues are not dropping packets. Traffic from www server to lan hosts is attached to 50mb queue but i cannot achieve even 90KB/s.. I also tested the lan device..

# pfctl -sm                                                                    
states        hard limit    30000
src-nodes     hard limit    10000
frags         hard limit     5000
tables        hard limit     1000
table-entries hard limit   200000
# pfctl -ss | wc -l                                                                                                                                         
Interrupts: 11.2%

Any ideas what could cause this behavior ?
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