[pfSense] Help with provider assigning multiple IP addresses over PPPoE

2015-11-14 Thread C. R. Oldham
Greetings, My ISP provides access over PPPoE and has given me 2 static IPs via the following configuration (public IPs sanitized) Subnet Report -- Subnet Size:4 Usable IP addresses:xxx.yyy.149.218 Gateway address:

Re: [pfSense] VPN client

2015-12-09 Thread C. R. Oldham
Yes, it can do site-to-site VPN as well as be a server for remote clients. --cro On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 10:15 PM, Ted Byers wrote: > Is it possible to use pfsense as a client, replacing a Checkpoint > UTM-1 Edge W with AES256 ? You see, I have one of these Checkpoint >

Re: [pfSense] HAproxy question

2015-12-13 Thread C. R. Oldham
On Sat, Dec 12, 2015 at 5:38 AM, Ivo Tonev <i...@tonev.pro.br> wrote: > Run "netstat -anl | grep LISTEN | grep 443" ( for tcp ) to verify on whitch > port/ip haproxy and openvpn are running. Openvpn don't listen on VIP. > Em 12/12/2015 10:31, "C. R. Oldham" <c

Re: [pfSense] HAproxy question

2015-12-13 Thread C. R. Oldham
On Sat, Dec 12, 2015 at 7:38 AM, Kostas Backas wrote: > Do you have Snort in your setup? I've seen IPS causing this behavior. > > Good suggestion. We don't have it installed however. ___ pfSense mailing list

Re: [pfSense] DHCP/Local DNS ping host name

2015-12-13 Thread C. R. Oldham
On Sat, Dec 12, 2015 at 8:29 AM, Ryan Coleman wrote: > I’m totally having a brain far weekend on this… but there’s a way (or so I > think) to link the DNS and DHCP hostnames… How do I do that? > > Services->DNS Resolver, DHCP Registration and Static DHCP checkboxes.

[pfSense] HAproxy question

2015-12-11 Thread C. R. Oldham
Greetings, We've recently replaced both our routers with pfSense. I am using tinc for site-to-site VPN and OpenVPN for clients to connect. Since some of our support engineers often end up onsite with customers, I want to enable OpenVPN over TCP port 443--we've noticed that many of our customers

Re: [pfSense] Help with provider assigning multiple IP addresses over PPPoE

2015-11-25 Thread C. R. Oldham
On Sat, Nov 14, 2015 at 9:14 PM, Chris Bagnall <pfse...@lists.minotaur.cc> wrote: > On 14 Nov 2015, at 20:19, C. R. Oldham <c...@ncbt.org> wrote: > > My ISP provides access over PPPoE and has given me 2 static IPs via the > [...] > > I cannot figure out how to m

Re: [pfSense] Slow speed on 100Base TX full duplex.

2016-01-11 Thread C. R. Oldham
Re: pkg_add, try just 'pkg install' instead. Like Juan said, did you get them to try a different cable? Those errors are indicative of a bad Ethernet cable. Also, if the Ethernet chipset is a Realtek, there is a bug in the FreeBSD driver that affects auto negotiation with some switch hardware.

Re: [pfSense] Slow speed on 100Base TX full duplex.

2016-01-11 Thread C. R. Oldham
> Interfaces. ? > > Any help will be highly appreciated. > > Thanks, > Yousuf > > >> On Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 6:03 PM, C. R. Oldham <c...@ncbt.org> wrote: >> >> Re: pkg_add, try just 'pkg install' instead. >> >> Like Juan said, did you ge

[pfSense] Tinc?

2016-04-12 Thread C. R. Oldham
I see that Tinc is no longer present in pfSense 2.3. What would it take to take over maintainership of that package? We use it extensively at work. --cro ___ pfSense mailing list https://lists.pfsense.org/mailman/listinfo/list Support the project with

Re: [pfSense] Rebuilding confidence

2018-05-13 Thread C. R. Oldham
On 13 May 2018, at 15:48, Eero Volotinen wrote: You can replace you apple timemachine with unifi aps. https://www.ubnt.com/unifi/unifi-ap/ I second the recommendation of the UniFi access points. They are excellent. While I advocate strongly for pfSense, Ubiquiti also offers a "security