Re: [pfSense] wiki account

2011-10-12 Thread Chris Buechler
On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 7:11 AM, David Burgess apt@gmail.com wrote:
 I'd like to do some updating and clean-up in the wiki, but I don't see
 anywhere to register a user account. Is this something the devs can
 grant to me? Please?


Email wikiad...@pfsense.org with your desired username.
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Re: [pfSense] X86 to X64 Question

2011-10-12 Thread Seth Mos
On 12-10-2011 14:07, Vaughn L. Reid III wrote:
 A few questions about moving to X64:
 
 Does moving to X64 require a fresh install, or can it be done via the
 update firmware controls in the web gui by selecting the x64 repository
 and then doing an upgrade?

Yes. Needs a hard reboot in the end. You'll lose your RRD graphs.

 If it's possible to upgrade to X64 by using the gui's update firmware
 controls, does the installer check to make sure the hardware will
 support the X64 upgrade before actually attempting the upgrade?

No.

 Is the package list the same for both X86 and X64?

No.

 Does everything on X64 work the same as X86?  That is, are there things
 not yet implemented in X64 that are implemented in X86?

Afaict it should just work. It does for me.

Cheers,
Seth
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Re: [pfSense] X86 to X64 Question

2011-10-12 Thread Marcus Scholz
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Am 12.10.2011 14:34, schrieb Seth Mos:
 Does moving to X64 require a fresh install, or can it be done via
 the update firmware controls in the web gui by selecting the x64
 repository and then doing an upgrade?
at least updating a 32bit installation with 64 bit firmware image
gives you a system rendered useless ;-)
But I don't assume it will work flawlessly on 64bit capable hardware
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Re: [pfSense] pfSense 2.0 - Filtering traffic on OpenVPN

2011-10-12 Thread Vassilis V.

Hi Tim!

I havent been using pfsense for very long, but under Firewall-Rules you
should have a tab OpenVPN. Try putting there some rules, it works for me.

Setting up an extra interface used to be done in older pfsense version,
no idea if its still valid. Maybe someone more experienced can give some
info on that.

Hope it helps!
Vassilis
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Re: [pfSense] pfSense 2.0 - Filtering traffic on OpenVPN

2011-10-12 Thread Vassilis V.
Jim Pingle wrote on 12.10.2011 23:55:
 In 2.0 each interface is renamed in a unique way so you do not need dev
 tun or any similar entries in the options.
 
 You can assign the interfaces if you want (set an IP type of 'none' on
 them) and filter individually if you want, too.
 
 I run with two of mine assigned and 3+ more unassigned and have no issues.


Hi Jim

Thank you for the info! Would the rules on the assigned tabs have
priority over the unassigned OpenVPN Tab? Or is the unassigned Tab
bypassed as long as there is a assigned one?
I noticed the unique renaming, is it also stable? E.g. ovpns1 will
always be the same server as written in () next to it?

Vassilis
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Re: [pfSense] X86 to X64 Question

2011-10-12 Thread Nenhum_de_Nos
On Wed, October 12, 2011 11:12, Marcus Scholz wrote:
 Am 12.10.2011 15:24, schrieb Nenhum_de_Nos:
 I didn't get it. Can I update to amd64. I have one such machine,
 and would like to make it amd64. the hardware is amd64 compatible,
 I have another box identical running amd64.
 If you try it, be sure to backup your config before and download and
 burn the x64 iso just in (the likely) case you destroy your installation.

I just tried with a test VM. I tought I could use an update to make it,
but I found there is none since 2.0R was out. the install CD don't have
upgrade option.

anyone knows how can I invoke that ?

thanks,

att,

matheus

-- 
We will call you cygnus,
The God of balance you shall be

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posting_style
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