Lots of IN errors on WAN interface



  • Hi
    Recently I installed pfsense on Dell Optiplex. I'm having lots of IN errors on my WAN interface. I'm not sure why IN errors no OUT, upload is ok, no issues here.

    
    [2.4.2-RELEASE][admin@pfSense.localdomain]/root: sysctl dev.bge.0
    dev.bge.0.wake: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.BroadcastPkts: 38
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.MulticastPkts: 5
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.UnicastPkts: 302406
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.LateCollisions: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.ExcessiveCollisions: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.DeferredTransmissions: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.MultipleCollisionFrames: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.SingleCollisionFrames: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.InternalMacTransmitErrors: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.XoffSent: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.XonSent: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.Collisions: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.tx.ifHCOutOctets: 28702259
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.UndersizePkts: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.Jabbers: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.FramesTooLong: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.xoffStateEntered: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.ControlFramesReceived: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.xoffPauseFramesReceived: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.xonPauseFramesReceived: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.AlignmentErrors: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.FCSErrors: 6867
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.BroadcastPkts: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.MulticastPkts: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.UnicastPkts: 356369
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.Fragments: 342
    dev.bge.0.stats.rx.ifHCInOctets: 353788535
    dev.bge.0.stats.RecvThresholdHit: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.InputErrors: 7186
    dev.bge.0.stats.InputDiscards: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.NoMoreRxBDs: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.DmaWriteHighPriQueueFull: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.DmaWriteQueueFull: 0
    dev.bge.0.stats.FramesDroppedDueToFilters: 0
    dev.bge.0.forced_udpcsum: 0
    dev.bge.0.msi: 1
    dev.bge.0.forced_collapse: 0
    dev.bge.0.%parent: pci2
    dev.bge.0.%pnpinfo: vendor=0x14e4 device=0x169b subvendor=0x1734 subdevice=0x115c class=0x020000
    dev.bge.0.%location: slot=0 function=0 dbsf=pci0:3:0:0 handle=\_SB_.PCI0.RP05.PXSX
    dev.bge.0.%driver: bge
    dev.bge.0.%desc: Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet Controller, ASIC rev. 0x00b002
    
    

    What else can I check ? Or how to diagnose this ? I also replaced UTP cables, the problem is the same.



  • What is your down speed and what brand of NIC?


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