Re: [pfSense] speed problems with SG-1000

2017-05-15 Thread Melvin
Based on the product page the max throughput as you described would seem to
be 200Mbps.

https://www.netgate.com/products/sg-1000.html

See the notes at the bottom of the page.


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From: List [mailto:list-boun...@lists.pfsense.org] On Behalf Of John DeSoi
Sent: Monday, May 15, 2017 6:42 PM
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Subject: [pfSense] speed problems with SG-1000

I just purchased a SG-1000 for use with my Google Fiber installation. I did
minimal configuration of the SG-1000, only changing the LAN address to
192.168.200.X (GF is 192.168.100.X). I hooked the WAN port to one of the GF
ethernet ports and then my laptop to the LAN port on the SG-1000. Using GF
performance test, the upload/download speed is only about 10% of what I get
compared to plugging my laptop directly into the GF ethernet port (1000 Mbps
versus 100 Mbps using the SG-1000). The SG-1000 shows both ethernet
connections are 1000baseT. Shouldn't this device be able to basic routing at
the full speed of the WAN connection?

I did the same setup with a consumer router (ASUS) and it has no problem
with upload/download over 900 Mbps. 

John DeSoi, Ph.D.

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Re: [pfSense] speed problems with SG-1000

2017-05-15 Thread WebDawg
Did you do the firmware upgrades?

On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 6:41 PM, John DeSoi  wrote:

> I just purchased a SG-1000 for use with my Google Fiber installation. I
> did minimal configuration of the SG-1000, only changing the LAN address to
> 192.168.200.X (GF is 192.168.100.X). I hooked the WAN port to one of the GF
> ethernet ports and then my laptop to the LAN port on the SG-1000. Using GF
> performance test, the upload/download speed is only about 10% of what I get
> compared to plugging my laptop directly into the GF ethernet port (1000
> Mbps versus 100 Mbps using the SG-1000). The SG-1000 shows both ethernet
> connections are 1000baseT. Shouldn't this device be able to basic routing
> at the full speed of the WAN connection?
>
> I did the same setup with a consumer router (ASUS) and it has no problem
> with upload/download over 900 Mbps.
>
> John DeSoi, Ph.D.
>
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