Am 11.12.2013 16:14, schrieb Adrian Zaugg:
This device is quite new, embedded industrial design, 2GB of RAM.
A Lex Twister (http://www.lex.com.tw/product/TWISTER.html), by any chance?
They don't play along well with some brands of RAM. Not all sellers know
about this, though. Kingston seems
I've run into an issue that has me somewhat confused. Our multiwan
router is up and working. This is 2.1 release. I've got 2 ports to
two different network providers (different technologies at that).
Following the directions (
Trying to figure this one out. Very simple concept, I want to take
one virtual IP (VIP), and tie it to an internal (isolated) machine for
customer/partner use. I've done this before using other firewall
appliances, and it works pretty well for its use case. I just tried to
On 12/11/2013 02:38 PM, Justin Edmands wrote:
Monitor blocked attempts under Status -- System Logs -- Firewall ...
filter for the IP you want. If you see the block, click the small grey
arrow with a plus sign next to the destination IP. This will create a
rule and allow you to go to
I've been asked if pfSense has multiple routing tables. Specifically, there
is kernel option in FreeBSD:
Which enables you to setup a second routing table for a second interface.
Does pfSense use multiple ROUTETABLES? If not, why not and does the
existing policy based
I can't get my wireless access point to work. I have an Atheros
AR9280, a chip which appears to be well supported. After activating
the interface the network is not visible from other hosts and I get
the following log entries. I'm not sure if that's related to the