A new user and I want to help



  • Where there
    upload and download speed per user:
    Use Limiter per IP
    In PFsense list

    I also want to

    Place the possibility to select the IP for each Mac
    Sense When Mac Eachd appears specified IP him and when changed by the user service is not running
    Where there
    In PFsense list



  • wat?



  • @hanotym

    What is your native language? If in forum is someone more experienced with pfsense and have same language as you have.



  • native language Arabic



  • @hanotym:

    Where there
    upload and download speed per user:
    Use Limiter per IP
    In PFsense list

    I also want to

    Place the possibility to select the IP for each Mac
    Sense When Mac Eachd appears specified IP him and when changed by the user service is not running
    Where there
    In PFsense list

    Translation -
    I am a new user and need help.

    In the Web GUI where are the following located?
    1. Upload and download speed per user.
    2. Bandwidth limit per user (per IP).

    I also need to know if it is possible to:
    1. Set IP according to MAC address
    2. (This one is kinda strange and hard to understand, but I will take a stab at it) - If a user has a specified IP by MAC address, and the user changes their IP, disable(block) that user.

    I am new also and don't know where these things are specifically, but figured I could at least re-write the questions in a more understandable form for normal users.



  • @cyclone3d:

    I also need to know if it is possible to:
    1. Set IP according to MAC address

    In pfSense DHCP can assign a fixed IP address determined by the MAC address of the DHCP client.

    @cyclone3d:

    2. (This one is kinda strange and hard to understand, but I will take a stab at it) - If a user has a specified IP by MAC address, and the user changes their IP, disable(block) that user.

    If a user is smart enough to change the IP address they are probably smart enough to change the MAC address. If you are worried about such users it would be better to put them on a separate interface (or interfaces) and use firewall rules to restrict access.


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