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 From:  Jayden Phillips <trainguy77 at shaw dot ca>
 To:  Denilson Rocha <denilson at vertentes dot com dot br>, m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: Is there some interface prioritized?
 Date:  Wed, 25 Jan 2006 18:32:00 -0700
Have you checked to see if you have CPU to spare and that you have RAM to
spare? What are the specs on the machine?


On 1/24/06 12:18 PM, "Denilson Rocha" <denilson at vertentes dot com dot br> wrote:

> Hi!
> I have a M0n0 configured with 3 interfaces: LAN, WAN and OPT1. This
> machine is acting as an Wireless Access Point.
> The WAN interface (a pcmcia card configured as hostap) is my backbone,
> linked to a linux server connected to a router, and the internet. The
> OPT1 interface (another pcmcia card configured as hostap) is the AP to
> my clients. And the LAN interface is connected to an external radio,
> wich makes a P2P link with another city.
> Well, everything works fine, until I get traffic into LAN... When there
> is no traffic in LAN, my clients connects to OPT1 and go to the Internet
> via WAN, fast and easy. When the P2P connected to the LAN make some
> traffic, the clients connected to OPT1 begin to lost packets, and the
> access become very slow... There is no lost of signal, only lost of
> packets. If I block the LAN traffic in the firewall, my OPT1 works fine
> again...
> My question is: is the LAN traffic prioritized then the OPT1 traffic???
> Or am I tripping far away? Why this happens?
> Any help will be very appreciated!
> Thanks to all, and sorry for the poor english...
> [ ]'s
> Denilson