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January 26, 2014 at 9:44 pm in reply to: Could not boot Zeroshell from a USB HDD #53138
The correct way is:
dd if=/path/to/image.img of=/dev/ bs=1m
So, try bs=1M or bs=1m after the command you tried earlier 🙂
Also, if you’re on OSX, use /dev/rdisk instead of /dev/disk, since that will be a lot faster.January 26, 2014 at 9:14 pm in reply to: Load Balance with DHCP Not working #52726
Well, I don’t have an Cable Modem or anything like that, so I can’t really use pppoe, since I guess my ISP won’t accept it(?)
I have a switch from my ISP which has 4 ports with 100mbit full duplex each. I’d like to loadbalance those WAN-connections. Sadly, I can only obtain public IP’s via DHCP, and all NIC’s seem to use the same gateway. I can’t type in the IP’s, since they all use the same gateway, thus it will only balance trough a single interface.
If I instead select the interfaces in the gateway-list, it will simply say Failed on each item in the gateway-list. 🙁January 26, 2014 at 8:51 pm in reply to: Netbalancer fault with dynamic ip (cable modem) #52176
Obviously not what this thread is about.
The problem is, that when you have n number of WAN-interfaces running DHCP, one cannot assign the WAN-interfaces to the loadbalancer. It simply won’t work (my simply says ‘Failed’ on each one, even though each network interface has gotten an adress via DHCP).January 26, 2014 at 4:58 pm in reply to: Netbalancer fault with dynamic ip (cable modem) #52174
Same problem here – anyone came up with a solution? I can’t seem to get it working :/January 26, 2014 at 4:16 pm in reply to: Load Balance with DHCP Not working #52724
Hello! Is this still the case? I can’t seem to get ZS to loadbalance my WAN-connections (which is all unfortunately DHCP).