400.000 concurrent conections
is this possible with pfsense 1.2.3 ?
if not, pfsense 2.0 amd 64 can make ?
GruensFroeschli last edited by
Large state tables - State table entries require about 1 KB of RAM each. The default state table, when full at 10,000 entries, takes up a little less than 10 MB RAM. For large environments requiring state tables with hundreds of thousands of connections, ensure adequate RAM is available.
If you have enough RAM, 400k states shouldn't be a problem.
400k states –> ~400 MByte of RAM.
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