On 2/25/07, J.D. Bronson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I was noticing sporadic FTP transfers DOWN to my fbsd 6.2 machine
over my DSL line...it would go/pause/go/pause - just a bit, but
overall slowed the transfers down quite a bit.

I looked at my pf.conf file and changed MODULATE state to KEEP state
in all places and my issues went away....fast clean consistent downloads.

Wow, this fixed my FTP-over-DSL-to-6.2 problem too. With modulate
state, I was getting ~30K/sec. With just keep state, I'm now getting
more like what my connection is capable of. This is between two 6.2
hosts on opposite sides of the Atlantic.

Ted, I use pf because I like the format of the configuration file, I
like the logging and pftop, and like how it's harder to lock yourself
out of a remote machine by accident :)

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