What does this message



  • Well I was surfing the internet normal when suddenly the connection was slow but when pinging the dns 200.48.225.130 (Telefonica) reported normal, When you enter the System Log

    June 5 bandwidthd 20:46:35: DNS timeout for 10.0.5.14: This performance graphing problem by reducing
    June 5 bandwidthd 20:46:35: DNS timeout for 10.0.5.14: This performance graphing problem by reducing
    June 5 20:10:00 check_reload_status: check_reload_status is starting
    June 5 bandwidthd 19:46:48: DNS timeout for 10.0.5.14: This performance graphing problem by reducing
    June 5 bandwidthd 19:46:48: DNS timeout for 10.0.5.14: This performance graphing problem by reducing
    June 5 16:50:00 check_reload_status: check_reload_status is starting
    June 5 bandwidthd 16:08:17: DNS timeout for 10.0.5.90: This performance graphing problem by reducing
    June 5 bandwidthd 16:08:17: DNS timeout for 10.0.5.90: This performance graphing problem by reducing

    As you will see are two clinet who have problems and I think that affects them. With your help I hope.



  • The messages are produced by the bandwidthd application. It appears to be reporting a timeout getting the name of the systems with IP addresses 10.0.5.14 and 10.0.5.90. These are private IP addresses so its unlikely your public DNS (Telefonica) will have the translation. So which name server does have the translation? And is the request from bandwidthd going to that name server?

    I think it would be common to have such name and IP address combinations registered in pfSense.



  • ¿But this can have some solution?



  • @GuzmanDiaz18:

    ¿But this can have some solution?

    Yes but the solution depends on the cause. My previous questions were to help me better understand your configuration and so be better placed to suggest an appropriate solution.


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