Traffic in Queue



  • How do monitor or check that traffic is following the correct queue.

    In other words how do I check that http is in default queue?



  • I usually just use the particular protocol I'm interested in and watch the Diagnostics - Queues output.  Download an ISO via HTTP and then watch to see if qDefault spikes.  I think there also might be a way of doing it from CLI via pfctl or some other pf command, but I don't remember for sure.



  • Thats what I did but I have a qvoip queue for IAX2 port 4569 and no voip devices setup to run over my wan yet and see a little traffic flowing in that queue.



  • Post a screencap of your Floating Rules.  Maybe something isn't correct there.



  • You can use tcpdump on pflog and see what rule matches each packet, assuming logging is enabled.

    something like "tcpdump -lnettti pflog0".

    I usually use pftop via terminal/SSH.



  • @Nullity:

    You can use tcpdump on pflog and see what rule matches each packet, assuming logging is enabled.

    something like "tcpdump -lnettti pflog0".

    I usually use pftop via terminal/SSH.

    How to enable this?



  • System - Advanced - Secure Shell - Secure Shell Server.  Then you can use PuTTY or your favourite terminal app to connect, or go to the console and press 8 for Shell.


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