On Dec 27, 2014, at 3:25 PM, Morten Christensen mc-m...@g.mc.cx wrote:
Den 22-12-2014 kl. 20:43 skrev Morten Christensen:
Den 20-12-2014 23:33, Morten Christensen skrev:
I have 2 XenServers, 1 with XenServer 6.2 and one with Xenserver Creedence
Both have a pfSense 2.2 RC as router/firewall and a couple of Ubuntu Linux
VM's and a windows-VM.
Traffic through both the physical xenserver-box and the virtual pfSense
firewall goes at expected speeds.
But traffic from the other VM's on the same server through the pfSense out
on wan/internet goes very, very slow.
It goes so bad they cannot update themselve with apt-get.
When I try with iperf from a linux VM through the pfSense's WAN the speed
is 3,82 KBits/sec.
The VM's and pfSense are connected with an internal single-server network
(as OPT1), and tests to iperf server run on pfSense from a linux VM shows
One of the pfSense' has xen-tools installed. The other has not. I cannot se
improvements with the tools installed.
One of my XenServers can get several public IP'numbers. On that I now have
installed VM's with both an IPCop firewall and a Zentyal firewall.
When one of those new firewall-VMs' is default gateway for the ordinary VM's
on the XenServer, theirm...@moseboelle.dk is normal.
So it must be a configuration-problem om pfSense.
Still no ideas how to find the problem ?
Tried to install a pfSense 2.1.5 as VM.
With 2.1.5 as default gateway other VM's on the Xenserver have normal
But very slow speeed through 2.2RC continues.
I installed 2.2-RC and am seeing exactly the same thing. 12/26 2.2-RC and
Upgrading from 2.1.5 yielded an unbootable node (can’t mount root).
I then attached the .iso to the existing 2.1.5 vm and installed fresh. Got the
I then created a new VM using the iso and got the slow throughput.
I disabled NAT for this virtual LAN - WAN and told my actual external pfSense
to NAT for the internal network and no change.
Shaping disabled, no limiters defined.
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