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    endre
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    hay guys
    For the past days i have been having router nightmares 😐

    Can any of you give me an example of abusive usage brought to this router ? How does it react under heavy traffic / high rate of connection creation ? did it ever crash or did it go slower ?

    I have no way of abusing my home internet line too much, it is too slow.

    btw, pfsense is a piece of crap, don’t ever use it.

    #45502

    kwag
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    @endre wrote:

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    btw, pfsense is a piece of crap, don’t ever use it.

    Really? Hmm, that’s funny, because we have 3 pfSense’s running as production firewalls since October last year, without a single hitch!
    I also know a sysadmin who also has 2 in HEAVY production firewalls (250+ users) running pfSense 1.0.1, with zero issues.
    I wish I could say the same about Zeroshell, because we had to remove the one we had for tests, because the longer the time, the slower it gets until eventually it dies.
    I’ll be testing 1.0B5 soon to see if it fixed the issues.
    And before anyone else jumps on this thread saying this is false, well, I know a huge ISP who had exactly the same problems we had, and also had to remove zeroshell.
    pfSense and monowall don’t have these issues

    #45503

    Have you tried to boot without ACPI?
    I never got any Bps out of my boxes until I booted with option 3 (NOACPI)

    What network cards and switches do you use?

    /MD

    #45504

    kwag
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    @sodmetaldream wrote:

    Have you tried to boot without ACPI?
    I never got any Bps out of my boxes until I booted with option 3 (NOACPI)

    Actually, no. I haven’t tried.
    As soon as I have time (and a spare box!) I’ll give it a shot again.

    What network cards and switches do you use?

    /MD

    Realtek, Intel and VIA Rhine III.

    Thanks for replying.

    -Karl

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