IP_NUM is too low…
Any idea what is it? Also I am having issue with DHCP, some clients cannot get IP address.
1/ Only define your local networks in bandwidthd; bandwidthd will not graph anything beyond 4K hosts (no changeable without recompiling). Appears to me you did put something badly broken in there, such as 0.0.0.0/0 - or you are setting up your local interfaces in insane ways (such as 10/8).
2/ Start a NEW thread an the PROPER forum section regarding DHCP, with logs and other relevant information.
Firstly, thank you very much for replying.
Also, I got this issue same time: https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=101676.msg567898#msg567898
And please see attachment for screenshot: /19 is more than 4096 hosts…
Thank you again!
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Yes. That will produce that message. No fix in the package possible, sorry. I'd suggest to report this to the port maintainer, but apparently there's none. ::)
Release maintainership. I've never used this.
The whole thing has been dead for years.
:) you mean BandwithD "maintainer", don't you?
No, I meant the FreeBSD port maintainer. As for bandwidthd upstream maintainer, no such person existed since ~2005 or so.
Well, thanks for info. I am using bandwithd for gathering traffic info (querying from pgsql)
Now seem I will have to get info (download, upload, total etc. daily) with other tools.
Thank you in advance.
How can I "calculate" concurrent user limit of my PF?
Not really sure what limit you mean, nor what does this have to do with the original topic.