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I am currently using PFsense as my firewall and was happy until I introduced VLAN in my network. I need to be able to apply QoS over multiple VLANs:

I have a 10/2 mbit line and want following scenario:

  • VLAN1: guaranteed 5/1 mbit
  • VLAN2: guaranteed 3/0.5 mbit
  • VLAN3: guaranteed 2/0.5 mbit

What I would like is that VLAN3 should be able to use the full line, if VLAN1 and VLAN2 is not in use or just swiftly used.

How can I provide these services?

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It sounds like what you are really after is bandwidth shaping. You may wish to read the PFsense documentation on configuring this.

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VLAN tagging of ethernet frames means that, in theory, you should be able to set up QOS rules that trigger when a particular VLAN tag is matched.

I'm not sure on specifics of your firewall PFsense, but I know it can be done with other solutions. Netscope will do it (Disclaimer, I work for them), you can set rules based on VLAN header tags.

As for free/opensource solutions, it looks like 'tc' will allow you to shape based on VLAN tags. If PFsense uses 'tc' then you're in luck.

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