NATD / ipfw
jcchapp at emory.edu
Thu Feb 12 10:59:32 PST 2004
I recall reading some problems like this on this list recently. I don't
remember if there was
a solution for NATd, but running IPNAT compiled into the kernel has been
for my small office. I have no problems with transfers up to 3MB/sec.
Maybe higher. I
have also found that ipf (IPFILTER) works very well and has a number of good
----- Original Message -----
From: "Christian Malo" <chris at fiberpimp.net>
To: <freebsd-net at freebsd.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 12:46 PM
Subject: NATD / ipfw
> I setup a computer to act as a natd for our office. Everything works fine
> but I'm trying to tweak it a little bit to get extra speed.
> When I download from box itself I easily get 6 or 7 mbytes/sec. but
> when I do it behind the nat (office pc). I only get ~ 500k/sec.
> Is there a way to tweak the sysctl to get some more speed ?
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