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  Reply # 1112821 21-Aug-2014 13:43
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chrispchikin: I believe the IGMP quickleave is an advanced option that would have to be configured in the cli by editing the igmpproxy.conf file.

Add 'quickleave' to the file (it may be in the /conf/ directory)

Shouldn't be any performance impact, no.

You can try '0.0.0.0/' in the upstream settings to rule that out for testing.



Looks like quickleave is already set, maybe that's the issue?:



igmpproxy doesn't seem to run at all with 0.0.0.0/anything in the upstream config..

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  Reply # 1112823 21-Aug-2014 13:46
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Could be the issue, give it a whirl...any luck checking your DNS config for the STB?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1112826 21-Aug-2014 13:52
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chrispchikin: Could be the issue, give it a whirl...any luck checking your DNS config for the STB?


STB DNS is fixed 192.168.1.1 (pfsense LAN)

pfSense DNS is from Vodafone 203.109.191.1, 203.118.191.1


Just trying to figure out how to edit it (and figure out vi) as it's not in: /var/etc/igmpproxy.conf

Only found a copy in /tmp/igmpproxy.conf, stopped igmpproxy and edited it however was overwritten after I restarted the service?

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  Reply # 1112837 21-Aug-2014 13:59
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Cool, what about your test stream client - assuming its also using 192.168.1.1 as it's DNS server?

try /usr/local/etc/igmpproxy.conf

find the line with 'quickleave'

type 'dd' quickly to delete the line

type ':' then 'wq!' then press enter



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  Reply # 1112893 21-Aug-2014 15:20
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chrispchikin: Cool, what about your test stream client - assuming its also using 192.168.1.1 as it's DNS server?

try /usr/local/etc/igmpproxy.conf

find the line with 'quickleave'

type 'dd' quickly to delete the line

type ':' then 'wq!' then press enter


Yeah my test PC is using same DNS.

Can't find that config file there either; running pfSense 2.1.4 x64


Something of note though; when streaming through HG659 I get no WAN bandwidth drop (so VF somehow magically routes it's multicast traffic so as not to affect your WAN bandwidth, something I was aware of anyway).

However when routing through pfSense the streams seem to affect my WAN bandwidth which lends me to believe I have a fundamental config error. Would be good if someone from VF could confirm whether VFTV uses a different VLAN or some other wizardry like that, or does it all just come down to setting up PCP properly?


HG659 without streaming


HG659 during streaming (same)


pfSense without streaming


pfSense during streaming <<<< (bandwidth drop)

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  Reply # 1112976 21-Aug-2014 17:11
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kenkeniff:
chrispchikin: Cool, what about your test stream client - assuming its also using 192.168.1.1 as it's DNS server?

try /usr/local/etc/igmpproxy.conf

find the line with 'quickleave'

type 'dd' quickly to delete the line

type ':' then 'wq!' then press enter


Yeah my test PC is using same DNS.

Can't find that config file there either; running pfSense 2.1.4 x64


Something of note though; when streaming through HG659 I get no WAN bandwidth drop (so VF somehow magically routes it's multicast traffic so as not to affect your WAN bandwidth, something I was aware of anyway).

However when routing through pfSense the streams seem to affect my WAN bandwidth which lends me to believe I have a fundamental config error. Would be good if someone from VF could confirm whether VFTV uses a different VLAN or some other wizardry like that, or does it all just come down to setting up PCP properly?


HG659 without streaming


HG659 during streaming (same)


pfSense without streaming


pfSense during streaming <<<< (bandwidth drop)

jaesus christ, that is fast!




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  Reply # 1112978 21-Aug-2014 17:13
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Faster than 99% of NZ.
Hmmm.. Hydrochloric acid in entire body burns. Much jealous.




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  Reply # 1112980 21-Aug-2014 17:17
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TimA: Faster than 99% of NZ.
Hmmm.. Hydrochloric acid in entire body burns. Much jealous.

donate some mbps




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dcole13:
TimA: Faster than 99% of NZ.
Hmmm.. Hydrochloric acid in entire body burns. Much jealous.

donate some mbps


1 lyke = 1 Mbps for outram.




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  Reply # 1113022 21-Aug-2014 17:59
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TimA:
dcole13:
TimA: Faster than 99% of NZ.
Hmmm.. Hydrochloric acid in entire body burns. Much jealous.

donate some mbps


1 lyke = 1 Mbps for outram.

chorus decided that they would lay fibre on the street before ours, and decided that our street wasnt important enough so they are doing it in 2019 -.-




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  Reply # 1113038 21-Aug-2014 18:03
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wow. such off topic. much not helpful, really

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kenkeniff: wow. such off topic. much not helpful, really


Its Outram, its completely on topic. its always on topic.

-> yes off topic. Soz..




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  Reply # 1113095 21-Aug-2014 19:29
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TimA:
kenkeniff: wow. such off topic. much not helpful, really


Its Outram, its completely on topic. its always on topic.

-> yes off topic. Soz..


"#Outram4lyf"

ok, no more off topic stuff lol

edit: "#NoUFBforOutRam




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  Reply # 1113102 21-Aug-2014 19:35
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dcole13:
TimA:
kenkeniff: wow. such off topic. much not helpful, really


Its Outram, its completely on topic. its always on topic.

-> yes off topic. Soz..


"#Outram4lyf"

ok, no more off topic stuff lol

edit: "#NoUFBforOutRam


AndiB just went on my PC when i walked away for 20 seconds..




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