experiencing some weird issues when trying to setup a new set of routers.
We have single wan coming into two pfsense boxes, with CARP between them on its own interface, and shared Public IP along with a public IP assigned to each box, and on the lan side a shared LAN IP, and then a lan IP assigned to each box, nothing too "complicated" as far as I'm aware.
If I login to the router directly, I can ping any site with no loss - google.com, slashdot, my own home servers. However if I connect from a system on the lan side I'm getting anything between 15 - 60% packet loss. However pinging the router directly with no issues.
Sample of the pings can be seen here: http://pastebin.com/rHqDHv1R
I've disabled all services other than NTPsync and the DNS forwarder.
I'm kind of at a complete loss. The network its self is a bit more complicated - As this is a new set of routers we are doing, there is also an existing pfsense box, which everyone is using currently as their gateway (so I can't turn this off/remove it). However I don't see why this would have any effect on the new systems.
Your help is very much appreciated
As requested, as best as I can produce, a graph showing the current network - Its far larger than pictured with lots more subnets etc however this shows the scope of the current testing and shows where the loss appears.