On 11/20/05 02:27 Chris Buechler said the following:
> That's a show stopper for me, for extensive testing on the Internet at least.
this has been fixed and will be available in the next alpha release.
> pfsense recently moved back to 5.x's ISC dhclient, because the OpenBSD
> dhclient ported over is unstable at best. It would routinely crash
we're using the FreeBSD 6.0 dhclient. there were some minor changes needed
to /etc/passwd and /var as well as changing the dhclient invokation
commandline in /etc/inc/interfaces.inc. DHCP on WAN now works.
> As for 20 Mb throughput, last I checked with pf, FreeBSD 6 is almost
> 50% faster than that. OpenBSD can get a bit more than 20 Mb through a
there're some sysctls we can play with. from exec.php, try the following
and test to see of throughput increases. if it does, i'll make it the
default in the next alpha release.
the one thing we need to address is the performance issue, and if we're to
continue with freebsd for 1.3, we'd need to at the least match performance
of the 1.2 release.
until then, i'm awaiting any more bugs which were discovered with 1.3a1 to
fix before releasing 1.3a2 in a couple of days. so keep that feedback
Regards, /\_/\ "All dogs go to heaven."
dinesh at alphaque dot com (0 0) http://www.alphaque.com/
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