Realtek RTL8111G unstable

gordone

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Hi,

I have two Realtek RTL8111G card on my mainboard, one is defined as WAN and other is LAN, using the box as router (pfsense).
After around 1hour the routing freeze if I disable he WAN and than enable again it start working.

Currenly I`m running on the Binary 1.95

Is there other also experience issue or know what I can do ?

I you need more information please let me know, have dragged out som information from the box, IP adress has just replace with XXX.XXX.XXX.

I have tried to get some help from pfsense forum, but haven`t been able to fix the issue, and since the pfsense is running on Freebsd in the buttom,
I was hoping it was other Freebsd user with the same network card here ???

Thank you for using time on me....
https://forum.netgate.com/user/gordon

Code:
[2.4.4-RELEASE][[email]root@firewall.test.net[/email]]/root: grep re1 /var/run/dmesg.boot
re1: <Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller> port 0xd000-0xd0ff mem 0xa1104000-0xa1104fff,0xa1100000-0xa1103fff at device 0.0 on pci3
re1: Using Memory Mapping!
re1: Using 1 MSI-X message
re1: ASPM disabled
re1: version:1.95.00
re1: Ethernet address: 00:1e:06:45:02:83
re1: Ethernet address: 00:1e:06:45:02:83
[2.4.4-RELEASE][[email]root@firewall.test.net[/email]]/root: route -n
route: usage: route [-46dnqtv] command [[modifiers] args]
[2.4.4-RELEASE][[email]root@firewall.test.net[/email]]/root: arp -an | grep re1
? (92.221.80.253) at 00:1e:06:45:02:83 on re1 permanent [ethernet]
? (92.221.80.1) at 00:02:00:01:00:01 on re1 expires in 97 seconds [ethernet]
[2.4.4-RELEASE][[email]root@firewall.test.net[/email]]/root: tcpdump -c 20 -n -i re1
tcpdump: verbose output suppressed, use -v or -vv for full protocol decode
listening on re1, link-type EN10MB (Ethernet), capture size 262144 bytes
03:49:11.244621 IP 92.221.80.253.49228 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 26302+ XXXXXXX (91)
03:49:11.244626 IP 92.221.80.253.49228 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 26302+ XXXXXXX. (91)
03:49:11.246135 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 28630+ XXXXXXX. (35)
03:49:11.246139 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 28630+ XXXXXXX. (35)
03:49:11.262982 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 42079+ XXXXXXX. (57)
03:49:11.262985 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 42079+ XXXXXXX. (57)
03:49:11.263013 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 23104+ XXXXXXX. (53)
03:49:11.263016 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 23104+ XXXXXXX. (53)
03:49:11.413788 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > 109.247.114.4.53: 46408+ XXXXXXX. (41)
03:49:11.413793 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > 92.220.228.70.53: 46408+ XXXXXXX. (41)
03:49:11.413823 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > 109.247.114.4.53: 30408+ XXXXXXX. (41)
03:49:11.413826 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > 92.220.228.70.53: 30408+ XXXXXXX. (41)
03:49:11.414619 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 9197+ XXXXXXX. (31)
03:49:11.414622 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 9197+ XXXXXXX. (31)
03:49:11.414695 IP 92.221.80.253.36009 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 247+ XXXXXXX. (31)
03:49:11.414699 IP 92.221.80.253.36009 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 247+ XXXXXXX. (31)
03:49:11.490012 IP 92.221.80.253.49228 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 26302+ XXXXXXX. (91)
03:49:11.490015 IP 92.221.80.253.49228 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 26302+ XXXXXXX. (91)
03:49:11.491250 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 28630+ XXXXXXX. (35)
03:49:11.491253 IP 92.221.80.253.25525 > [URL='http://XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX']XX.XX.XX.XX.XXX[/URL]: 28630+ XXXXXXX. (35)
20 packets captured
20 packets received by filter
0 packets dropped by kernel
 
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Realtek cards are cheap crap. Spend some money and buy Intel cards. Even the cheapest Intel cards are way better.
 
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