After 2.4 Upgrade internet is DOWN due to "bridge0: driver does not support alt"



  • I just updated my pfsense from the latest 2.3 release out, to 2.4 and immediately lost internet.  My log was filled with:

    [ There were error(s) loading the rules: pfctl: bridge0: driver does not support altq - The line in question reads [0]: ]

    IPv6 traffic works fine and when I drop traffic shaping everything everything ipv4 is back online and fine.  I had these same symptoms: https://redmine.pfsense.org/issues/3913

    Are there known issues w/ traffic shaper?  If so, shouldn't the update disable traffic shaping or alert the user to an issue?

    Quick overview on my setup: SG2440

    • I'm bridging the opt ports/NICs so I can add an additional device or two, I'm also bridging wifi into the lan

    Traffic shaper config:

    • <shaper>- <queue>- <interface>wan</interface>
    • <name>wan</name>
    • <scheduler>HFSC</scheduler>
    • <bandwidth>10</bandwidth>
    • <bandwidthtype>Mb</bandwidthtype>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <queue>- <name>qInternet</name>
    • <interface>wan</interface>
    • <bandwidth>10</bandwidth>
    • <bandwidthtype>Mb</bandwidthtype>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <ecn>on</ecn>
    • <linkshare3>10Mb</linkshare3>
    • <linkshare>on</linkshare>
    • <upperlimit3>10Mb</upperlimit3>
    • <upperlimit>on</upperlimit>
    • <queue>- <name>qACK</name>
    • <interface>wan</interface>
    • <priority>6</priority>
    • <bandwidth>14</bandwidth>
    • <bandwidthtype>%</bandwidthtype>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <ecn>on</ecn>
    • <linkshare3>14%</linkshare3>
    • <linkshare>on</linkshare>
      -</queue>
    • <queue>- <name>qDefault</name>
    • <interface>wan</interface>
    • <priority>3</priority>
    • <bandwidth>7</bandwidth>
    • <bandwidthtype>%</bandwidthtype>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <default>default</default>
    • <ecn>yes</ecn>
    • <codel>yes</codel>
      -</queue>
    • <queue>- <name>qVoIP</name>
    • <interface>wan</interface>
    • <priority>7</priority>
    • <bandwidth>32</bandwidth>
    • <bandwidthtype>Kb</bandwidthtype>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <ecn>yes</ecn>
    • <realtime3>2Mb</realtime3>
    • <realtime>on</realtime>
      -</queue>
      -</queue>
      -</queue>
    • <queue>- <interface>lan</interface>
    • <name>lan</name>
    • <scheduler>PRIQ</scheduler>
    • <bandwidth>52428.8</bandwidth>
    • <bandwidthtype>Kb</bandwidthtype>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <queue>- <name>qLink</name>
    • <interface>lan</interface>
    • <qlimit>500</qlimit>
    • <priority>2</priority>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <default>on</default>
    • <ecn>on</ecn>
      -</queue>
    • <queue>- <name>qACK</name>
    • <interface>lan</interface>
    • <priority>6</priority>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <ecn>on</ecn>
      -</queue>
    • <queue>- <name>qVoIP</name>
    • <interface>lan</interface>
    • <priority>7</priority>
    • <enabled>on</enabled>
    • <ecn>on</ecn>
      -</queue>
      -</queue>
      -</shaper>

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