pfsense - /Monitoring graphs
xciter327 last edited by xciter327
Is it normal that the packets per second for an interfaces to be 10 times bigger than the reported packet per seconds on the other side of the interface?
Example: I have an Cisco L3 switch with a VLAN interface which is the gateway of the firewall, an access port with pfsense WAN on it and Cisco switch reports peak of 50k packets for example and for the same window pfsense reports 500k packets.
There are not other devices in the particular Layer 2 domain, just the switch, the L3 interface and the WAN of the firewall. No multicast, no CARP etc.
pfsense WAN graph:
Both are 5 minute resolution
Is it normal? No. I assume you're running 2.4.4p3
That looks like it might be ~8x different like a b vs B error somewhere. Though packets obviously shouldn't have that.
Does the data below the graph match?
xciter327 last edited by
When I asked if it's normal, I was wondering if I'm reading it right
No the data below the graph is also not correct:
Yeah, this looks wrong. Digging...