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Author Topic: Yet Another pfSense Build!  (Read 7719 times)


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Re: Yet Another pfSense Build!
« Reply #30 on: May 10, 2018, 08:42:05 PM »

@AciidSn3ak3r Welcome to the forums.

Although not with Vodafone I thought I'd chip in as I want to ask you something as I've just moved to Virgin.

I was with Plusnet on FTTC and used a HG612, I never set up any VLAN in Pfsense, just had the interface configured as PPPoE for IPv4, had my username and password filled out, configure Null service name checked, and periodic reset set to disabled, everything under advanced was blank.

The problem I'm having with Virgin is explained here, if you have any thoughts or suggestions please post in my thread here, thanks.
Formerly restrained by ECI and ali,  now surfing along at 390/36  ;D


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Re: Yet Another pfSense Build!
« Reply #31 on: May 10, 2018, 09:34:49 PM »

Will have a quick look in a moment.

For anyone who is in my position. I fixed my issue.
It was the MTU setting in the WAN interface.
Was set as 1500, changed to 1492 and fixed all my issues.


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Re: Yet Another pfSense Build!
« Reply #32 on: May 11, 2018, 02:57:23 AM »

yeah zfs is a beast for data tolerance. Compared to ufs its in an entirely different league and I think its significantly more durable than ext as well.

The qotom units come shipped with a note about ram compatibility.

Which qotom unit did you buy?
AAISP - Billion 8800NL bridge & PFSense BOX running PFSense 2.4 - ECI Cab - LINE STATISTICS CLICK HERE
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