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FreeBSD pfsense slow performance.

Posted on 2013-11-26
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I am using pfsense 2.0.1 AMD64 on server DL360 with 8G RAM.
I use the captive portal with Pass-Through MAC property to make clients access the internet.
when the table has 3000 MAC address or less , the internet is very good and the performance of the server is very good.
when the number goes over 3000 gradually then the situation become bad , when it reach 7000 then it will be very bad.
the CPU load is normal , and the Memory load is normal also.
the situation still bad untill i delete all mac addresses from pass-through of captive portal web page .

can you help me please ..
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I solved the problem by upgrading pfsense to 2.1
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