[pfSense] relayd fails to start after 2.0.1 upgrade

2011-12-26 Thread Andrew Mitchell
My fellow pfSensers, Since I upgaded to 2.0.1, relayd fails to start reporting the following error in System Logs: The command '/usr/local/sbin/relayd -f /var/etc/relayd.conf' returned exit code '1', the output was '/var/etc/relayd.conf:7: syntax error no redirections, nothing to do unused

Re: [pfSense] relayd fails to start after 2.0.1 upgrade

2011-12-27 Thread Andrew Mitchell
...@pingle.org wrote: On 12/26/2011 7:32 AM, Andrew Mitchell wrote: redirect { listen on port forward to port } You must have a blank entry under the Load Balancer config somewhere, under Virtual Server, most likely. In your config.xml what does your load balancer section look like

Re: [pfSense] OpenVPN and saved username/password credentials

2011-12-27 Thread Andrew Mitchell
Perhaps I am misunderstanding but could you setup a separate tunnel? Peer to peer shared key as an example? Andrew On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 4:16 AM, Dave Warren li...@hireahit.com wrote: Does anyone happen to know if pfSense (2.x)'s OpenVPN installation will be willing to use saved

Re: [pfSense] relayd fails to start after 2.0.1 upgrade

2011-12-27 Thread Andrew Mitchell
Doh! Found the issue... virtual_server/ was closed but never opened for whatever reason. Works now! Thanks, Andrew On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 3:31 AM, Andrew Mitchell andrew.mitch...@wdidata.net wrote: In the GUI, I do see the blank entry listed under both the Pools and Virtual Servers tabs

Re: [pfSense] relayd fails to start after 2.0.1 upgrade

2011-12-27 Thread Andrew Mitchell
I know. Sorry I misspoke. Thanks for the help though. Andrew. On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 10:09 AM, Vick Khera vi...@khera.org wrote: On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 4:34 AM, Andrew Mitchell andrew.mitch...@wdidata.net wrote: Doh! Found the issue... virtual_server/ was closed but never opened

[pfSense] multi-tunnel routing

2011-12-29 Thread Andrew Mitchell
I have 2 pfSense boxes on a peer-to-peer shared-key OpenVPN tunnel. The LAN on the server is 10.0.7.0/24. The LAN on the client is 192.168.1.0/24. Server and client have bidirectional traffic just fine. The client has multiple seperate peer-to-peer shared-key OpenVPN tunnels tunnels to which it

Re: [pfSense] Fatal trap 12 page fault

2012-01-02 Thread Andrew Mitchell
I have quite a few pfSense boxes deployed. I have only run into this twice. Once was a DDR2 clockspeed mismatch. The second was a bad memory module. So, in both cases it was memory/hardware related. Hope that helps. Andrew On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 4:16 AM, Hiren Joshi j...@moonfruit.com wrote:

Re: [pfSense] multi-tunnel routing

2012-01-04 Thread Andrew Mitchell
in the firewall on the destination side of the tunnel. I can't figure out where I have gone wrong. I would appreciate any advise. Thanks, Andrew On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 8:04 AM, John Busch jbusch...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, Dec 29, 2011 at 5:50 AM, Andrew Mitchell andrew.mitch...@wdidata.net

Re: [pfSense] OpenVPN - site to site questions

2012-02-26 Thread Andrew Mitchell
You can most certainly route VoIP traffic. I have an installation now 4500+ telephones between two locations. Open VPN works wonderful for this type of traffic in my opinion because it's a connection overhead is extremely low even with depression it's speeds are more than acceptable for what I

[pfSense] Update check fails based on location

2014-09-25 Thread Andrew Mitchell
We have two independent facilities. One in Kansas City, MO and the other in jacksonville, FL. For the last two weeks or so, I have noticed something that seems odd.If I traceroute from KC to updates.pfsense.org, here are my results: 1 dcna01.kc.voipster.org (192.40.140.1) 1.273 ms 0.468 ms

[pfSense] bogon networks

2014-09-28 Thread Andrew Mitchell
My company has just recently been assigned it's own block from ARIN. We have a handful of pfSense boxes we need to connect to from that block. I have noticed we can't when Block bogon networks is enabled on the WAN interfaces. Interestingly enough I also noticed that our block can't connect to

Re: [pfSense] bogon networks

2014-09-28 Thread Andrew Mitchell
? On Sep 28, 2014, at 5:59 AM, Andrew Mitchell andrew.k.mitch...@att.net wrote: My company has just recently been assigned it's own block from ARIN. We have a handful of pfSense boxes we need to connect to from that block. I have noticed we can't when Block bogon networks is enabled on the WAN

Re: [pfSense] bogon networks

2014-09-29 Thread Andrew Mitchell
it from the console/SSH by running /etc/rc.update_bogons). Moshe Sent from mobile device; sorry for top-posting. On Sep 28, 2014 10:26 AM, Chris Bagnall pfse...@lists.minotaur.cc wrote: On 28 Sep 2014, at 12:19, Andrew Mitchell andrew.k.mitch...@att.net wrote: My apologies. 192.40.140.0

Re: [pfSense] bogon networks

2014-09-29 Thread Andrew Mitchell
] bogon networks Have you tried pinging the IP from another machine not being routed through your subnet? On 9/29/2014 6:37 AM, Andrew Mitchell wrote: Thanks for the info. I've been working working on this all night on and off. My questions to you guys is, does files.pfsense.org

Re: [pfSense] bogon networks

2014-09-29 Thread Andrew Mitchell
, that protect files/updates.pfsense.org. This should resolve your issue. On 9/29/2014 6:37 AM, Andrew Mitchell wrote: Thanks for the info. I've been working working on this all night on and off. My questions to you guys is, does files.pfsense.org and/or updates.pfsense.org block bogon networks

Re: [pfSense] Voipo

2014-12-21 Thread Andrew Mitchell
I'm curious... Do you have packet captures. I'd want to see your RTP media. I'm wondering if that is causing your issue. Andrew K. Mitchell, MSISPM Managing Member Senior Network Engineer VoIPster Communications, LLC. Toll-Free: (877) 378-1045 x2221 International: +1.502-694-3106 x2221 -

Re: [pfSense] pfSense 2.2.4, Services: Dynamic DNS client

2015-09-07 Thread Andrew Mitchell
Ryan, I know this is not your question but, my company setup Dynster.net for DDNS needs. It's not built in to pfSense because we are trying to get info from devs but, we do support a simple manual pfSense integration work around. It does work. Maybe it will help. Andrew On Monday,