Changes To nat-ing Behaviour?

Michael Sierchio kudzu at
Sat Apr 18 17:52:06 UTC 2020

Showing your ruleset would allow us to comment meaningfully.

On Sat, Apr 18, 2020 at 10:19 AM Tim Daneliuk <tundra at> wrote:

> I recently upgraded a FBSD 11.3 machine to -STABLE as of a few weeks ago.
> This machine acts as a firewall and nats between the outside world
> and an internal nonroutable network.
> Configuration is stable and has not changed in years.
> Today I noted that speeds on the LAN side are about half of what is
> available
> going out to the internet.
> I eliminated cables, interfaces, and switches and confirmed that - even if
> I plug a machine directly into the FBSD nat box, I get half the speed that
> box gets out to the net.
> I'm at a loss since I've changed nothing in the config.
> Ideas would be most appreciated.
> TIA,
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