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  • in reply to: help! NAT no internet #52749
    matth
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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.

    in reply to: NAT and virtual servers #52719
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    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.

    Thanks.

    in reply to: nat reflection #45426
    matth
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    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.

    HELP!

    in reply to: ZeroShell on an Advantech FWA-600 #49041
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    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!

    in reply to: dansguardian in beta12 #48175
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    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.

    in reply to: Zeroshell FTP… SAMBA ?? help #47160
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    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.

    in reply to: High Load average #48051
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    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%

    Perplexing.

    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
    in reply to: How do you change the admin account? #48010
    matth
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    Any ideas? Fulvio?

    Is this possible?

    in reply to: VPN Subnet routing – Strange behavior. #48012
    matth
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    My firewall was set to accept all traffic.

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