we use pfSense since quite a while with success and are very happy overall.
Recently we set up OpenVPN and are facing a DNS issue. Hosts in the LAN can be
addressed using the hostname (thanks to “Register DHCP leases in the DNS
Resolver”) which is working perfectly fine. Hosts on the
After squid and squidguard updates it is neccessary to re-download the
blacklist before attempting to restart squid/guard. Done.
When applying the squidguard config
An error results and squid isn't running.
No change after several iterations of squid
Apparently my package installations were corrupted during the upgrade
from 2.2.4 amd64 to 2.2.5 amd64. It had the reinstalling packages
warning for hours after the install, then i had to unlock them and
manually reinstall them. For some reason darkstat went away after I
uninstalled and then
On Wed, 2015-11-11 at 07:47 -0800, Wade Blackwell wrote:
> Good morning list,
>I recently upgraded to *2.2.5-RELEASE * (amd64) on a VMware
> and noticed that my Wan latency shot up by about 100ms rtt. Nothing
> else on
> the box had changed. I reverted to a pre-upgrade snapshot and
I think you have to set up a radius server and assign ip based on the user.
That way they will be "static" and then add DNS entries to that static IP.
ons. 11. nov. 2015, 15.47 skrev Marco :
> we use pfSense since quite a while with success and are
Good morning list,
I recently upgraded to *2.2.5-RELEASE * (amd64) on a VMware stack
and noticed that my Wan latency shot up by about 100ms rtt. Nothing else on
the box had changed. I reverted to a pre-upgrade snapshot and the latency
went back down to 10-12 ms rtt. Anyone seen anything
On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 2:46 AM, Marco wrote:
> How to access the mobile hosts via the same hostname regardless if
> they are connected to the LAN or VPN?
Via some form of dynamic DNS perhaps? It seems it should be possible to
have the openvpn client run some script that