You might want to check your cables, since lan -> lan traffic shouldnt
traverse your firewall at all and should just go from machine to machine
through ur switch/hub.
Jolly john wrote:
>My Monowall is installed in factory defaults, except correct ip to the
>Running from cd on an old machine, I'm not totaly sure, but I believe it to
>be around a pentium 200Mhz with 64Mb Ram.
>Its got only a L.A.N. and a W.A.N. interface, nothing else as far as network
>The entire thing wouldn't rise up to a problem if it wasn't the fact that
>the webGUI is a litle slugish and the ping is usually around 5 or 7,
>sometimes rising to 15 and 20ms. This is inside the LAN, so I only expect it
>to be <1ms, because there is litle to no traffic in the LAN.
>Now! The weirdest thing is that traffic LAN>WAN is perfect, speed test from
>ISP and everything and it's better than perfect...
>I can't seem to find out why the ping inside the LAN is that high...
>The LAN to WAN is perfect, the WAN to LAN is perfect, but the ping keeps up
>that high with no aparent reason...
>I don't know if this is due to some strange feature of monowall that i
>haven't found, or what...
>Another thing. When I reeboot the machine with monowall it has a good ping
>for about 5 minutes (good being under 1ms), then goes back to the high
>Haven't ping'ed the machine from WAN side tho....
>What could this be? Not enough RAM? Processor too slow? Needs to be instaled