[pfSense] php logging settings broken

2015-12-15 Thread Nick Upson
I'm getting this problem, only with version 2.2.5

https://redmine.pfsense.org/issues/4520

I had turned up the debug level on some items now I can't get them back to
'Control'

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[pfSense] 2.2.5 console problem

2015-11-24 Thread Nick Upson
Hi

I've done a factory reset and upgrade to 2.2.5 and having used the console
to access the resulting machine I rebooted, I can't talk to the console any
more, the network is not yet setup correctly (but moved off default) so I
can't get into it at all.

If I reboot there is initial output on the console (putty) showing the
initial menu, options 1 to 6
but nothing after that

How can I undo whatever I've done? or just factory reset

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[pfSense] carp fails after restore

2014-11-17 Thread Nick Upson
Hi

I'm running 1.2.3 (failed upgrade story to come) following a restore, all
carp is not working. If I change an address to proxy-arp it works but I
need carp for vpn termination

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Re: [pfSense] pfsense h/w

2014-10-23 Thread Nick Upson
Hi Chris

I'm trying to use a http://www.mini-itx.com/store/~FX5624 which I think is
the same box as your first link, if you can install onto here easily and
frequently then it must be me doing something wrong, aaagh

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On 23 October 2014 10:17, Chris Bagnall pfse...@lists.minotaur.cc wrote:

  I'm suffering in my efforts to install 2.1.5 onto my box, so can I
 change the box?
  A proven hardware platform, available in the UK with at least 6 physical
 network ports, I can probably justify buying.
  Suggestions anyone?

 We’ve used these:

 http://linitx.com/product/fx5624-intel-celeronm-600mhz-6-nic-firewallrouter-platform-2xgigalan-4x10100/12508

 and these:

 http://linitx.com/product/fx5625-intel-atom-18ghz-8-nic-firewallrouter-platform-8-intel-gigalan/13468

 Pretty frequently with pfSense and not had any problems.

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Re: [pfSense] pfsense h/w

2014-10-23 Thread Nick Upson
I'm trying to do a full install onto HDD, but I never get that far, I have
been unable to get the box to boot pfsense from stick or cd so that I can
install onto the HDD

I did try a CF card, that started to boot but immediatley hung

I thought there was a very large restriction in packages using CF compared
to HDD, is that not the case (I'm coming from 1.2.3 so this might have
changed)

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On 23 October 2014 10:32, Chris Bagnall pfse...@lists.minotaur.cc wrote:

  I'm trying to use a http://www.mini-itx.com/store/~FX5624 which I think
 is the same box as your first link, if you can install onto here easily and
 frequently then it must be me doing something wrong, aaagh

 Certainly looks like the same unit. Are you trying to install onto a CF
 card (those units have a CF slot) or are you trying to do a full install
 onto an SSD or HDD?

 Most of ours are done using the embedded install using a CF card, as
 follows:
  - download 32-bit embedded image *with* VGA console
  - use dd on a Linux or Mac system to write it to a suitable CF card
 (instructions on pfSense wiki)
  - insert CF card and boot box
  - configure interfaces from command line in the usual manner

 In the several dozen we’ve deployed, I don’t think any of them have been
 more complicated than that. Of the two failures we’ve had in several years,
 both have been down to a dodgy CF card, not the unit itself.

 Hope that helps.

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Re: [pfSense] pfsense h/w

2014-10-23 Thread Nick Upson
my aim in using the CF card was to see if there was any functionality I
need missing

I run a mixed environment but I don't have a unix machine with a CF drive

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On 23 October 2014 11:13, Chris Bagnall pfse...@lists.minotaur.cc wrote:

  I thought there was a very large restriction in packages using CF
 compared to HDD, is that not the case (I'm coming from 1.2.3 so this might
 have changed)

 That may well be true - I must confess I’m of the school of thought that a
 firewall/router should do firewalling and routing, and not a lot else, so
 my experience with packages is at best limited :-)

  I did try a CF card, that started to boot but immediatley hung


 I’ve had that on occasion - nearly always down to an incorrectly (or
 incomplete) written CF card. I don’t know what OS environment you’re used
 to using day-to-day, but in my experience I could never persuade the
 windows physdiskwrite utility to work reliably on Win7. If you’re not using
 a *nix machine to write your CF card, I’d strongly suggest doing so if you
 can.

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Re: [pfSense] trying to install

2014-10-22 Thread Nick Upson
Hi

Thanks for that link, none of it seems to apply as the box is not booting
from the media at all, says there is not a bootable media present

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On 21 October 2014 17:02, compdoc comp...@hotrodpc.com wrote:

  I can boot from usb that has a different disto (centos)



 Have you had a look at:



 https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Boot_Troubleshooting



 I've seen some people that have had to set the kern.cam.boot_delay



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[pfSense] pfsense h/w

2014-10-22 Thread Nick Upson
I'm suffering in my efforts to install 2.1.5 onto my box, so can I change
the box?

A proven hardware platform, available in the UK with at least 6 physical
network ports, I can probably justify buying.

Suggestions anyone?



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Re: [pfSense] trying to install

2014-10-22 Thread Nick Upson
vga/keyboard

it goes through the bios boot stuff and just stops or asks me to put a boot
media in the drive (its already present) if using disk, just ignores the
usb stick

the boot process doesn't get far enough to enter that or any setting



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On 22 October 2014 15:47, Matt Smith mgsm...@netgate.com wrote:


 Are you trying to boot using a VGA/keyboard or connected to a serial port?
 Do you see anything happening on the console? Or nothing at all?

 As someone mentioned previously, kern.cam.boot_delay needs to be set to a
 higher value when booting over USB. If you use a memstick image instead of
 the LiveCD, this is set automatically.


 On Oct 22, 2014, at 9:10 AM, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:

 well the filename is pfSense-LiveCD-2.1.5-RELEASE-i386-20140825-0744.iso
 so I don't think thats the problem

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 On 22 October 2014 14:55, Ryan Coleman ryan.cole...@cwis.biz wrote:

  Stupid question time:

 You're not trying to put a 64-bit installer into a 32-bit system, are you?
 That error was common when I didn't pay attention to my CPU type and had
 a mix of 32- and 64-bit machines.



 On 10/22/2014 6:14 AM, Nick Upson wrote:

  Hi

  Thanks for that link, none of it seems to apply as the box is not
 booting from the media at all, says there is not a bootable media present

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   I can boot from usb that has a different disto (centos)


 Have you had a look at:


 https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Boot_Troubleshooting


 I've seen some people that have had to set the kern.cam.boot_delay





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Re: [pfSense] pfsense h/w

2014-10-22 Thread Nick Upson
thanks for the suggestion but


The web page at *http://onset.eu/ http://onset.eu/* might be temporarily
down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.
Error code: ERR_NAME_RESOLUTION_FAILED


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On 22 October 2014 16:06, Jim Thompson j...@smallworks.com wrote:

 Talk to onset.eu.

 -- Jim

 On Oct 22, 2014, at 9:32 AM, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:


 I'm suffering in my efforts to install 2.1.5 onto my box, so can I change
 the box?

 A proven hardware platform, available in the UK with at least 6 physical
 network ports, I can probably justify buying.

 Suggestions anyone?



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Re: [pfSense] pfsense h/w

2014-10-22 Thread Nick Upson
I'm asking for suggestions that fit those criteria, except for the
pfsense-proven my present box fits it

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On 22 October 2014 16:50, compdoc comp...@hotrodpc.com wrote:

  A proven hardware platform, available in the UK with at least 6
 physical network ports, I can probably justify buying



 Not much info. Got an url for that?





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[pfSense] trying to install

2014-10-21 Thread Nick Upson
I've been trying to install 2.1.5 into a
http://www.mini-itx.com/store/~FX5624

using the instructions here
https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Installing_pfSense#pfSense_Installation_and_Configuration

I want to use the LiveCD so I can install onto a harddrive in the box,
enabling me to add a wider choice of add-on packages, so I understand.

I've tried several ways to write the .iso to disk (different software,
drive, disks) or stick but they won't boot (tried usb-attached dvd,
sata-attached dvd, different cables  disks) and stick. I wrote the nano
version to a flash card which gets to:


Loading /boot/defaults/load.conf
/


and sits there

I had 1.2.3 running ok here before, has the software changed such that I
won't run on this box?


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Re: [pfSense] trying to install

2014-10-21 Thread Nick Upson
I can boot from usb that has a different disto (centos)

yes I'm burning the iso not copying it

I've had it boot centos from a dvd using a sata-dvd drive

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On 21 October 2014 16:45, compdoc comp...@hotrodpc.com wrote:

  I've been trying to install 2.1.5 into a
 http://www.mini-itx.com/store/~FX5624



 The specs look ok. I would think it supports most 'nix distros.



 Unfortunately, that website doesn’t say if it supports booting from USB.
 Does the manual say it can?





  I've tried several ways to write the .iso to disk



 I like to be sure about what people are saying. You're not trying to copy
 the iso file onto a cd or disk? You're using burning software, right?



 Can you boot your FX5624 with other live cd's, like Ubuntu or freebsd,
 etc?



 Or maybe try booting memtest86. That’s small and boots quickly, and it's
 always good to test the ram.







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Re: [pfSense] upgrade from 1.2.3

2014-10-08 Thread Nick Upson
Thanks for the input everyone, you confirmed my thoughts. I'll build a 2.x
system on replacment hardware, manually copy the config (unless I can
restore from the original ?) and swop them over

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On 7 October 2014 20:29, Chris Buechler c...@pfsense.com wrote:

 On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 9:54 AM, Nenhum_de_Nos math...@eternamente.info
 wrote:
 
  I have 2.0.3 amd64, is it safe to upgrade to 2.1.5 ?
 
  In the case above, should him first upgrade to 2.0.x, then to a newer
 version ?
 

 You're better off going straight from 1.x to 2.1.5 than stopping at
 any point in between if you're going to upgrade in place.


 On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 9:25 AM, Jim Thompson j...@netgate.com wrote:
 
  We've seen a lot of instances where the hw has run for years, but has
 developed silent, undiagnosed issues (bad blocks, mostly).
 
  The upgrade doesn't cause a failure, but it gets blamed.
 

 Yeah that's old enough it's likely to run into that type of upgrade
 issue, where a reboot would have done the same.

 Given the age of the hardware, it'd be prudent to restore the 1.2.3
 config to a new system with 2.1.5, and swap the hardware to upgrade.
 Don't power off the old system until you're confident in the new, just
 unplug its NICs, which should make it as safe as possible to switch
 back.


  While it might work, I'm absolutely certain we've never tested upgrading
 from 1.2.3 to 2.1.5.
 

 It's definitely not well tested. I've done at least a handful of 1.2.3
 to 2.1x upgrades, though none to 2.1.5 it should be the same in that
 regard. If it's not a complex system, which anything still running 1.x
 at this point almost certainly isn't, it should work. For risk
 reduction, I probably wouldn't upgrade anything 5+ years old in place,
 for hardware reliability reasons.
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[pfSense] VIP,MAC Arp

2014-09-18 Thread Nick Upson
Hi

I'll try to make this as short as possible without leaving important
information

I've been running a pfsense 1.2 box for several years, all is fine. I now
need to have an additional WAN connection which will be made up of 3 adsl
lines bonded by a firebrick. From the POV of the pfsense its just a very
good adsl connection.

We have a new /27 range to go with this new installation and here is the
problem, external ping/connectivity to the new IPs doesn't work except one
the .225 address, it seems the firebrick requires ARP in order to route
them. I have setup several different Virtual IPs (tried different types,
individually and as a range) and they don't work, the firebrick ARP table
only contains the .255 with a MAC address, the rest don't have one and so
are not used (I'm told).

How can I configure the VIP's so that they will all have a pseudo-MAC and
hence work.



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[pfSense] ipsec tunnel closes

2011-12-19 Thread Nick Upson
I'm running 1.2.3

I have an IPsec tunnel to another site, which closes unless there is
traffic I want it up 24/7 so I put a remote IP in the keep alive,
automatically ping host section of the setup.
It still behaves the same way. Is this to be expected (known bug or
something) or have I done something wrong?

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Re: [pfSense] ipsec tunnel closes

2011-12-19 Thread Nick Upson
Nick Upson



On 19 December 2011 14:55, Jochem de Waal joc...@caresoft.nl wrote:

 ** **

 ** **

 I'm running 1.2.3

 I have an IPsec tunnel to another site, which closes unless there is
 traffic I want it up 24/7 so I put a remote IP in the keep alive,
 automatically ping host section of the setup.
 It still behaves the same way. Is this to be expected (known bug or
 something) or have I done something wrong?

 Nick Upson

 ** **

 *Van:* list-boun...@lists.pfsense.org [mailto:
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 *Verzonden:* maandag 19 december 2011 15:49
 *Aan:* pfSense support and discussion
 *Onderwerp:* [pfSense] ipsec tunnel closes

 ** **

 Hi Nick,

 ** **

 We have many IPSEC tunnels to our customers using pfSense 1.2.3 and also
 on 2.0 without any problems.

 What could be the problem in your case is the lifetime of phase 1 and 2***
 *

 Try setting phase 1 to 28800 and phase 2 to 3600. This should be the same
 on both sides.

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 Cheers,

 Jochem

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Hi,

my settings are the other way round, I'm not sure about the other end
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Re: [pfSense] ipsec tunnel closes

2011-12-19 Thread Nick Upson
Nick Upson



On 19 December 2011 15:00, Ian Bowers iggd...@gmail.com wrote:



 On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 9:49 AM, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:

 I'm running 1.2.3

 I have an IPsec tunnel to another site, which closes unless there is
 traffic I want it up 24/7 so I put a remote IP in the keep alive,
 automatically ping host section of the setup.
 It still behaves the same way. Is this to be expected (known bug or
 something) or have I done something wrong?

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 Please post your encryption domain (which networks are encrypted on both
 sides) and which IP you are pinging. Also, what type of device does the VPN
 terminate on the other end?  I have a couple ideas

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local subnet 10.0.0.0/8
remote subnet 192.168.118.0/24
ping 192.168.118.6

no idea what device is on the other end, sorry
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Re: [pfSense] redirect outgoing

2011-09-23 Thread Nick Upson
On 22 September 2011 16:41, Jesse Vollmar vollm...@gmail.com wrote:

 On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 11:00 AM, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:


 Hi,

 I must be missing something, all I want is:

 all outgoing traffic to 192.168.x.y goes out WAN2 except 192.168.111.x 
 192.168.112.x which goes out the IPSEC interface (which is attached to WAN1)

 tracert from my desktop actually show this correctly as WAN2 with my
 present setup but visit anywhere that shows the IP I'm coming from and its
 WAN1

 using 1.2.3



 There needs to be a firewall rule that specifies the gateway you want to
 send the traffic out.


I've currently put one in place that specifies the source must be my PC
address (to avoid affecting others). If I go to
http://www.whatismyip.com/or similiar it tells me the wrong IP,
tracerte on my PC (win7) tells me it
went out the correct IP, I'm confused

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Re: [pfSense] redirect outgoing

2011-09-23 Thread Nick Upson
On 23 September 2011 13:46, Jesse Vollmar vollm...@gmail.com wrote:



 On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 8:40 AM, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:



 On 22 September 2011 16:41, Jesse Vollmar vollm...@gmail.com wrote:

  On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 11:00 AM, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:


 Hi,

 I must be missing something, all I want is:

 all outgoing traffic to 192.168.x.y goes out WAN2 except 192.168.111.x 
 192.168.112.x which goes out the IPSEC interface (which is attached to 
 WAN1)

 tracert from my desktop actually show this correctly as WAN2 with my
 present setup but visit anywhere that shows the IP I'm coming from and its
 WAN1

 using 1.2.3



 There needs to be a firewall rule that specifies the gateway you want to
 send the traffic out.


 I've currently put one in place that specifies the source must be my PC
 address (to avoid affecting others). If I go to
 http://www.whatismyip.com/ or similiar it tells me the wrong IP, tracerte
 on my PC (win7) tells me it went out the correct IP, I'm confused

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 Sounds like it still isn't going out the correct gateway. Can you post the
 IP of the computer you are testing from and the firewall rule that is
 supposed to send packets out the correct gateway?


my IP is 10.0.0.108, the rule is 'any' everywhere except source (my IP) and
gateway (the IP address I want it to go out of)
logging is enabled and says that this rule is used for my outgoing traffic

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Re: [pfSense] redirect outgoing

2011-09-23 Thread Nick Upson
On 23 September 2011 13:53, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:



 On 23 September 2011 13:46, Jesse Vollmar vollm...@gmail.com wrote:



 On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 8:40 AM, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:



 On 22 September 2011 16:41, Jesse Vollmar vollm...@gmail.com wrote:

  On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 11:00 AM, Nick Upson n...@telensa.com wrote:


 Hi,

 I must be missing something, all I want is:

 all outgoing traffic to 192.168.x.y goes out WAN2 except 192.168.111.x
  192.168.112.x which goes out the IPSEC interface (which is attached to
 WAN1)

 tracert from my desktop actually show this correctly as WAN2 with my
 present setup but visit anywhere that shows the IP I'm coming from and its
 WAN1

 using 1.2.3



 There needs to be a firewall rule that specifies the gateway you want to
 send the traffic out.


 I've currently put one in place that specifies the source must be my PC
 address (to avoid affecting others). If I go to
 http://www.whatismyip.com/ or similiar it tells me the wrong IP,
 tracerte on my PC (win7) tells me it went out the correct IP, I'm confused

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 Sounds like it still isn't going out the correct gateway. Can you post the
 IP of the computer you are testing from and the firewall rule that is
 supposed to send packets out the correct gateway?


 my IP is 10.0.0.108, the rule is 'any' everywhere except source (my IP) and
 gateway (the IP address I want it to go out of)
 logging is enabled and says that this rule is used for my outgoing traffic


ok now I'm REALLY confused, http://www.whatismyip.com/  now reports the
correct address, and I hadn't changed anything since the last time I looked

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