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For the record, I always had Realtek NICs and the virtual Pro 1000 still worked.November 1, 2017 at 4:20 pm in reply to: PAP2T and other VOIP adapters having intermittent problems #54608
If I understand you correctly, you are probably suggesting restarting conntrack instead of playing with VOIP adapter ports?
Or are you having a script restart it on a regular basis?
I must have not explained myself clearly.
The load balancer is set up like this:
When I try to disable it completely by un-checking Status at the top, I lose the connection.
I had thought that net balancer could be disabled completely, so the default GW should be elsewhere I guess. Where do I enter the default GW and what IP would go in there?
I had a single connection so long ago, that I simply can’t remember how it was set up back then. Like more than 10 years ago.
I’d downgrade and leave it, your config is way over what ZS needs, so the new kernel would be the only thing to blame.
Worked for me in 4.3.6 which I am still using (not for ZS though – it runs on HW) Yahoos @ Oracle could have fucked up something again, like they did with AMD core count detection in 5.0.
Just curious what version of VB you run on? They make wild changes from version to version from my experience, so I am curious.
Try a previous version, and see. I did not have issues with 3.5.0 while I still used load balancing configuration.
In the mean time I switched my router from a Dell Optiplex desktop with P4 Celeron 2.2 GHz to an HP Atom 1.6GHz machine which only consumes 34Wt. I had to invest about $15 in an Intel gigabit PCIe NIC to have the 2nd interface.
What do you mean? Are you asking how to run MySQL Gui on the ZS box?
That’s around 177 MB and is pretty low.
I would wait at least a few months
Fulvio writes “The upgrading to this release is recommended.”
Over my 25 year IT career I heard and ignored many recommendations to upgrade, which saved me from having too much gray hair and wasting too much time and $$ on recovering from downtime.
If you are looking for the latest example, look no further than .NET 4.7 fiasco with Exchange, which is not only affecting Exchange actually.
OMG, the above memory utilization is horrible. I’ve never been over 126 MB in the last 10 or so years, even after a year of uptime. And I’ve always been running a 32 bit kernel.
I would wait at least a few monthsMay 31, 2017 at 3:30 pm in reply to: Cannot install "Newer Advanced Kernel (32/64 bits) 4.9. #54468
Just wondering why you would want a 64 bit kernel? ZS never uses anywhere near 4 GB of RAM. As a matter of fact on my systems (which I am on the 3d now) it never used more than 128 MB of RAM, ever. Right now it is using 100 MB after almost 1 year uptime. A 64 bit kernel would be requried if you ran memory hungry applications which needed more than 4 GB each. Otherwise it would just bloat your memory allocation with no tangible gain.
I observed this behaviour when my router was connected to the DSL modem via a 100 Mbit USB to Ethernet adapter by DLink. Replaced that with an Intel based PCIe NIC and that solved the problem for good.
You are obviously connecting through a real NIC. I would only recommend replacing Realtek with Intel, but it is unlikely that is your issue. Dunno, sounds odd.
You do not need anywhere near 2 GB RAM. I am running with 256 MB just fine and ZS only peaks around 120 MB. My router has 1.6 GHz Atom now, previously it had a 2.2 GHz Celeron P4. So your hardware should be adequate to the downlink you have.
Is this related to Zeroshell? How?
If your cousing runs ZS on his router, why would he not just backup profile, reimage the router from a fresh download and restore profile to erase any possible virus?