Not all NICs and PHYs are the same, even if they share a common driver or chipset. pfSense tries to drive network cards as fast and efficiently as possible, and some hardware combinations are unable to handle the load properly when pushed past their limits, or in certain configurations or network environments. Even if the NICs and drivers claim to support certain features like multiple queues.

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  • FYI, FreeBSD 11.0 panics when ALTQ is compiled into the kernel and 250 Mbit of traffic flows through an igb device. Happens to me using both i210 and i350 interfaces.

  • PFSENSE) I have snort/squid installed but not enabled either. ​ The OP would need to be using the "igb" driver.

  • Hi all, this is my first post here. I need to know if there is a way I can get the latest compiled intel i210 driver version. Need it on pfSense 2.2.2 (FreeBSD 10.1 based).

  • Nearly all hardware/drivers have issues with these settings, and they can lead to Certain intel igb cards, especially multi-port cards, can very easily exhaust .

  • Hi there, I've been having a performance problem with my PfSense for a good time now. Essentially, since I've upgraded my Internet service.

Aug 8, 2018 Squid is a caching HTTP proxy server available as a pfSense package. possible to tell an Intel-based card using the igb driver apart.

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The issue stems from the igb driver autoconfiguring the number of queues based on the In light of bug #560 ( values set in as a modification required for squid package tuning and where only found.

The igb driver provides support for PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet adapters based on the Intel 82575, 82576, 82580, i21x and i35x Ethernet controller chips.

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The network ports are served by the igb driver. I have a 1Gbps (best effort) fibre optics from my provider, but the router WAN is performing quite poorly. When connected directly to the mediaconverter, I'm getting 750 Mbps, which is fair considering the terms provided by the ISP (850 Mbps average, 940 Mbps maximum).