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Hang on DNS start sounds familiar, search this forum – someone else had this issue.
Super news! Thanks a lot for your continued development and support, Fulvio! You are the best!
This will not be the answer you are looking for, but do not use a USB net adapter. Performance is going to suffer. Been there done that.
Same version 64bit core as 32bit was?
Wow, this is lame then. 32 and 64 should be only different in binary format after compilation as the instruction sets are the same except for memory addressing. Thanks for sharing!April 6, 2017 at 4:00 pm in reply to: Captive Portal Authentication issues for new iphone #54423
A quick google search for “find mac iphone” returns this:
Does this help?April 3, 2017 at 8:24 pm in reply to: I need to update two ZeroShbridgeell boxes one NAT one #54422
You can always take a backup of the profile and try, and go back if it does not work.
I don’t know actually, as I went from 1.0 to 2.0 then 3.0 and now I am on 3.5, each time the backup profile was restored successfully and worked fine between 3 different machines.
It should work. I read about “X session freezes” on bay trail platform, but I have first hand experience with the same freezes on AMD and believe this has more to do with the devs fucking up XOrg more than with Intel.
Yeah, it should just work. I was running on a Dell Optiplex PC with P4 Celeron 2.2 when I upgraded from 2 to 3, and all it took was backup and restore of the profile.March 2, 2017 at 4:56 pm in reply to: cannot access server from internal LAN by public IP #54373
Why did you expect that your LAN machines would be able to access the LAN servers by the external IPs? I do not think that should work.
I set up DNS on ZS and can access the LAN servers by their FQDNs, which is the only way to access the virtual hosts on Apache anyway.
I have burned my fingers with the updates on Linux platforms: Fedora and Ubuntu. Since then I do not trust any update processes and just reinstall and restore the profiles from backup.
The only problems I recall from running 3.0 were with VOIP.
I still have them on 3.5 but replacing the ATA fixed them mostly, or at least remediated.
Perhaps you can mention what softs of problems you are getting and someone might pitch in with an idea.
I run ZS on various hardware for at least 10 years since v. 1.0beta3 and ran 2.0, 3.0 and now 3.5 with no show-stopper problems.
I would look into replacing the Dlink NICs with Intel based NICs first. You can get the Intel NICs off the Ebay very cheap.
And what is your ZS hardware, including mobo, CPU, RAM, NICs?
So you have a box with 4 GB NICs running ZS. What are you referring to as ‘100mb/s link’?
What is your topology?
Here’s an example of blocking web traffic to a group of machines: