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Have you perhaps enabled a setting that penalises "unknown" or encrypted traffic? This setting is usually intended to punish or make the network unusable for file sharing and p2p users, but perhaps pfsense is seeing that https is encrypted and penalising it accordingly.


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How is the dual-WAN configured ? Is it in redundancy mode, load balancing or distributed ? This may be the problem if at a point a switch happens between the WANs and the secondary/backup one is a lot slower.


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Perhaps its easier when you have a look at ansible and playbooks. There are some playbooks for pfsense and i think you find some more. There you can make templates and configure your firewall over ssh with ansible. https://github.com/amatas/ansible-pfsense http://docs.ansible.com/playbooks.html


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This is a known bug on amd64 versions of pfsense 2 and should be fixed in 2.2 (which unfortunately is not stable yet). https://redmine.pfsense.org/issues/1107 https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=42113.15 ...and as you already said yourself, you shouldn't use PPTP at all.


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i know this is a late response but better late than never :) you probably sorted yourself out by now but if you didnt... create a secondary IP address on the local server running off the same NIC and run each website on a separate IP. i didnt think you could ever serve 2 https sites off the same IP address and ports since the headers get lost with ...



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