I have tried this setup and it worked to some extend. However, the idea is to configure limiters per host/ip based on layer 7 and/or general conditions.
1. When I create a simple rule with In/Out limiters to TCP/UDP everything works fine and the traffic is limited as supposed to.
2. As soon as I create L7+In/Out+TCP/UDP rule the traffic assigned to L7 rule seems to be blocked as well as some other(
L7 rule is: protocol - httpvideo, structure - limiter and a precreated limiter is assigned.
3. Dhcp, dhs, file sharing work fine with or without L7 rules being setup. And traffic is nicely assigned to a limiter dependent on conditions (destinations or source)
Could L7 limiters be setup in a bridge config? Has someone configured anything similar?
This link states that net.link.bridge.pfil_member should be set to "0" http://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Traffic_Shaping_Guide
To which interface a floating rule should be applied? In some cases it doubles the speed configured by the limiter.
Any info would help. Thank You.
I have also tried this config in Hyper-V and after step 7 lost connectivity to pfsense. ifconfig down/up for all interfaces did not help.