> On Mar 4, 2015, at 2:02 PM, Bryan D. <pfse...@derman.com> wrote: > > On 2015-Mar-04, at 6:20 AM, compdoc <comp...@hotrodpc.com> wrote: > >> For me, what happens after enabling or disabling those settings are >> immediately apparent. > > I guess my approach w.r.t. a mailing list has always been that I'd like to > help others avoid spending time learning something I can help with. As such > (paraphrasing) "try it and you'll see" isn't a response I'd give. Of course, > in absence of finding the answer in the documentation or via Mr. Google, we > can always set up a test system and investigate (given the ominous warnings, > I wouldn't have done so on a production system) ... but then why have the > list?
You’re aware that I work for Netgate, right? > On 2015-Mar-04, at 7:17 AM, Jim Thompson <j...@netgate.com> wrote: > >> Answering any question post-sale is “support”. > > Ah, so I should have asked _before_ ordering the NICs? $;-) There are many of you, and few of us. >>> Does anyone know the answer to my questions about the various offloading >>> settings that should be used with these cards? >> >> LRO works by aggregating [...] >> >> In case it’s not clear by now, these settings are all *disabled* by default >> in pfSense. > > Thank you for an answer that nicely goes "above and beyond" my expected "(we) > use these settings" response. > > So your effort can be of maximum benefit, I've submitted a slightly > edited/formatted version of this to be included in the WiKi's applicable > pfSense documentation page. I’m sure the pfSense guys will enjoy that. Jim _______________________________________________ pfSense mailing list https://lists.pfsense.org/mailman/listinfo/list Support the project with Gold! https://pfsense.org/gold