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From: Chris Turner <c.turner@199technologies.org>
Subject: Re: Time to let go of ipfilter
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 02:20:59 -0600
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On 02/21/11 07:57, Atte Peltomäki wrote:

> PF is simply too slow. It does have good functionality and it's easy to
> use, but it doesn't scale beyond small/medium networks. I stress-tested
> it some time ago and OpenBSD/pf could get a combined throughput of
> around 1.6Gbps. FreeBSD/pf got a little better, but not so that it would
> really mean much.

What was the max {memory,pci,processor} bandwitdth on the machine under 

Have you stress tested NPF?

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