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Sideout wrote: Its round robin but it remembers the state as well so if Packet A goes out WAN interface 1 , it stays there till the state closes. You set the round robin in your gateway group inside of PFSense by choosing a tier for the WAN.
We were using a LAG group for Vmware on the switch side that had 4 1GB NIC's LAG'd at Vmware and switch side.
There was no round robin NIC teaming anywhere except for the management NIC's for Vmware.
The stats were pulled from Observium running on the LAN side using SNMP monitoring. I didnt get a chance to pull the RDD graphs from PFSense.
When looking at the interface of each WAN during heavy periods , each modem was about 30Mbit - 42Mbit of traffic. For how PFSense does load balancing this thread has a nice chart that explains it .
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