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Old 26th October 2011
thefronny thefronny is offline
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Default (Solved) DSL throughput slow. Is it the firewall?

Actually, I think it's my machine's NIC (re0) but is there any kind of "common" pf rule mistake that can slow down throughput to any substantial degree?



I dragged this old post up because, a few days after release, I upgraded my firewall to 5.1 and there has been a substantial improvement in throughput. The wireless access point has stopped dropping connections as well (the hostap work in 5.1 was actually why I upgraded).

Tip 'o the hat to all the OpenBSD folks for their work on 5.1; it has made a BIG difference for my network.


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