On 11/6/06, bunea lucian <lucienut2003 at yahoo dot com> wrote:
> You are right. One pc is using more than one p2p programs at once and it's exhausting
> my state table . He is using WinXP SP2 (max 10 tcp connection/s) but still..
> Is there something I can do to limit the maximum concurent tcp conection per IP
No, not at this time. It's something you'll probably see in 1.3, and
pfsense, a m0n0wall-derivitive, supports this now.
30,000 states is a LOT to be chewing up with one machine, I don't care
how many P2P apps you're running. I would look for settings in the
P2P apps to limit the number of concurrent connections. Most
BitTorrent clients have this, for example. One of those apps is