Per user bandwidth



  • Its really unbelivable how fast development on pfsense is going on in this pre release phase. Great work!
    Only a short question:
    The per user bandwith package has unfortunately be to late for 1.2, so does the version 2.0 in check-in 17581 mean head?
    I would be very hapy to test this abillity.

    Greatings,
    techatdd



  • Still does not work, sorry.

    PFIL ordering issues.



  • I've been searching for the same/similar functionality for a while now from what the original posted said.  We have pfSense routing traffic for a wireless ISP and we'd like some way to keep up with how much bandwidth each IP is using on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.  The more information, the better.  Also, current bandwidth usage (kinda like the traffic graph under status) would be nice too as we occasionally get calls from users bickering about slow speeds.  We can see how much traffic is flowing through but we have no way to determine who is generating the traffic and how much is being generated by each user.

    Is there something doable already available or is this better suited for a bounty?

    If anyone has heard of it, the ISP used TUNA before (The Ultimate Network Appliance) before.  I think it's some Shuttle XPC with FreeBSD on it.



  • This is not suitable for a bounty.  Atleast the bounty would be $$$$ as this is kernel related and work would have to go along with this to keep the kernel patch updated for every release that comes out..

    Trivial it is not.  As Yoda would say.



  • I also look for a feature to check the traffic and bandwith usage a IP generates …
    Like the RRD graphs already do but for every IP adress in the LAN.
    I really look forward that you guys will do this in one further release.  ;)

    best regards,
    Crusty



  • @crusty2000:

    I also look for a feature to check the traffic and bandwith usage a IP generates …
    Like the RRD graphs already do but for every IP adress in the LAN.
    I really look forward that you guys will do this in one further release.  ;)

    best regards,
    Crusty

    Have you tried bandtwithd?

    http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,2117.0.html



  • we use monowall in bridge mode works great just place it in between pfsense and root ap


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