yes, as i said it was from Suricata.
Am 16.05.17, 20:27 schrieb "List im Auftrag von Ryan Coleman"
Did you check the logs to see what was filling them? Sounds like a bad
We did something similar when setting up our data center routers.
Added a public subnet on the LAN side of our own pfSense, NATted to the
Internet. It works because of the NAT so the public IPs don't leave our
office. The data center routers had another public subnet on their LAN
On 5/17/2017 3:44 PM, Steven Spencer wrote:
When restoring a configuration for a site, we often do so from the home
office and then deploy after we are sure hardware is working as
expected. That means that we are restoring a backup and then on reboot,
their is no active WAN (because the
Ahh. I missed that part. Sorry about that.
I wonder why it loses config? Does it delete and rewrite on shutdown?
On Tue, May 16, 2017 at 4:43 AM, Daniel wrote:
> as i already wrote – Suricata Logs. The Problem is not that the disc is
> filling up – the problem