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Try setting your gateway to whatever your windows PC uses for a gateway. Lets assume 192.168.1.1. Your bridged address doesn’t know what to do with that traffic.
I understand this is referred to as ‘NAT reflection’ by pfsense and m0n0wall. Has anyone figured out how to implement this in Zeroshell with a dynamically assigned WAN. I saw the examples of statically assigning it, but that won’t work for us DHCP folks.
Has anyone been able to make this work with dynamic WAN addresses?
I’d really like to continue using ZeroShell, but this would really be a killer for my application.
I’d love to be able to use DNS, but I have different ports going to different hosts on the internal LAN, so that’s out.
I thought I’d have to compile drivers edit kernel modules, but NO!
It just works!
If you have one of these lying around, just pop in a CF and GO!
4 ethernet interfaces, expandable RAM, IDE channel, CF slot. These things are GREAT!
I use it in a production environment and love it. I might choose something different to be infront of 500 users, but it suits my needs.
I DO however require Dan’s Guardian before I try v12. Hopefully the proxy will be a bit more stable in this new release.
Samba would make this one powerful management tool. Add a wake on lan magic packet generator and this thing would be unstoppable for automated shutdown / startup management.
That certainly frees up memory, but the load is unaffected.
Hmm.. IO Wait is usually the other thing I look at… Failing disk, but it is at 0.0%
What other things could cause this?
top - 12:34:03 up 16:12, 1 user, load average: 0.71, 0.54, 0.46
Tasks: 68 total, 2 running, 66 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie
Cpu(s): 7.4% user, 7.4% system, 0.0% nice, 85.2% idle, 0.0% IO-wait
Mem: 255684k total, 143692k used, 111992k free, 15024k buffers
Swap: 131064k total, 16128k used, 114936k free, 41504k cached
Any ideas? Fulvio?
Is this possible?
My firewall was set to accept all traffic.