Re: Unable to reach server in dmz. Whats wrong?

2006-01-20 Thread Jonas Lindskog
Abraham Al-Saleh wrote: On 1/10/06, Jonas Lindskog [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, We are using OpenBSD 3.8 as a firewall/router. We have two internal nets; one with workstations (NAT) and one DMZ with a single server. And thus we have three network interfaces installed in the router: one for

Re: windows - pf - inet - pf - ftpd [not working]

2006-01-20 Thread Stefan Kell
--- Urspr|ngliche Nachricht --- Von: Price, Joe [EMAIL PROTECTED] An: misc@openbsd.org Betreff: windows - pf - inet - pf - ftpd [not working] Datum: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 17:36:02 -0500 I have a problem that when a Windows client tries to connect to this ftp site, windows explorer returns

Re: Is it possible to run OpenBSD on ASRock 775TWINS-HDTV S775?

2006-01-20 Thread Joakim Roubert
On 2006-01-19 18:49, Stuart Henderson wrote: CPU is fast enough that it wasn't horribly slow, but obviously not as good as it could be. anything else - in my case, the next fastest is a celeron 2ghz (my asrock board has an opteron 146). I haven't seen any reliability problems with it, but

CVSync servers not syncing?

2006-01-20 Thread Matthias Kilian
Hi, is there some problem with the main CVSync? It seems that at least some of the main CVSync servers don't sync since yesterday, about 21:00 GMT. I tried anoncvs{1,3}.usa.openbsd.org, cvsync.de.openbsd.org, cvsync.openbsd.se. Ciao, Kili

Re: OpenBSD VMWare image too popular

2006-01-20 Thread Constantine A. Murenin
On 09/01/06, Shane J Pearson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Julien, On 09/01/2006, at 7:26 PM, Julien Bonastre wrote: I can actually fully understand your disapproval at the idea of using a torrent to distribute this file, and I can also emphasise with your dislikening of trying to

Re: OS FINGERPRINTS

2006-01-20 Thread Alexander Farber
http://www.openbsd.org/faq/pf/filter.html#osfp On 1/20/06, G.Stefan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What i have to do if i want to allow o n l y Windows OS to have acces on the internet ? I know that OS FINGERPRINTS can help me but how ?

Re: OS FINGERPRINTS

2006-01-20 Thread Josh Grosse
On Fri, Jan 20, 2006 at 04:37:53AM -0800, G.Stefan wrote: Hello misc, What i have to do if i want to allow o n l y Windows OS to have acces on the internet ? I know that OS FINGERPRINTS can help me but how ? From pf.conf(5), under OPERATING SYSTEM FINGERPRINTING: Passive OS

IBM admits that Puffy is the best defense!

2006-01-20 Thread Shane J Pearson
Howdy, http://www-8.ibm.com/e-business/au/operations/businesses.shtml? ca=auhomepageme=odbmet=051209defence ; ) Shane

Re: CVSync servers not syncing?

2006-01-20 Thread Lukasz Sztachanski
On Fri, Jan 20, 2006 at 01:31:06PM +0100, Matthias Kilian wrote: Hi, is there some problem with the main CVSync? It seems that at least some of the main CVSync servers don't sync since yesterday, about 21:00 GMT. I tried anoncvs{1,3}.usa.openbsd.org, cvsync.de.openbsd.org,

Re: OpenBSD 3.8 and IBM Blade HS20 boot CD

2006-01-20 Thread Bruno Carnazzi
I've got exactly the same problem. It seems that BladeCenter have an unusual keyboard controller (switchable). I tried to boot with all floppy disk, with external keyboard (USB and PS/2), different BIOS settings and it never worked. I think the internal KVM is not hardware transparent. I'm not

Re: Is it possible to run OpenBSD on ASRock 775TWINS-HDTV S775?

2006-01-20 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/01/20 10:51, Joakim Roubert wrote: Now I won't have to buy additional hardware for this one (but thanks again for your ideas on that area), but I am about to choose H/W for a server that _must_ run OpenBSD. Learning from the past, I am now checking the M/B spec. and compare them to

Re: OpenBSD 3.8, fxp, device timeout

2006-01-20 Thread Alexander Farber
Hi, for comparison I have a similar PC at the same provider and it works fine (I have fxp at irq 11 though, and use -current). Also I had used the original floppy image to install OpenBSD: wget ftp://ftp.de.openbsd.org/pub/snapshots/i386/floppy38.fs dd of=/dev/hda if=floppy38.fs bs=1k

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2006-01-20 Thread Jonas Lindskog
Abraham Al-Saleh wrote: On 1/10/06, Jonas Lindskog [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, We are using OpenBSD 3.8 as a firewall/router. We have two internal nets; one with workstations (NAT) and one DMZ with a single server. And thus we have three network interfaces installed in the router: one for

Re: OpenBSD 3.8, fxp, device timeout

2006-01-20 Thread receive . mailinglists
Hi Alex, I've written the floppy38.fs to my server via: wget -O- wget ftp://ftp.de.openbsd.org/pub/snapshots/i386/floppy38.fs /dev/hda (within the rescue system). I also tried some customized floppy-images (with custom kernel options) and it boots fine ;) But my problem is, that the fxp

Re: connection to 3.8 box times out

2006-01-20 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Thu, Jan 19, 2006 at 05:41:11PM -0600, Igor Vilensky wrote: Greetings, This is my first post. Apologies if not everything is pro forma. I hope someone might help me with this issue. Ssh session and pinging 3.8 Generic running on Compaq Deskpro SB time out after 800 to 2400 when not

Ifstated question

2006-01-20 Thread Steven S
Greetings, I'm trying to use ifstated to determine the state (up or down) of my two ISP connections. Currently I'm using ping, which I realize is imperfect, but I'm getting some odd transitions. For example, ISP2 is very unreliable and ifstated was in the ISP2down state. From there, based on

Re: OpenBSD 3.8, fxp, device timeout

2006-01-20 Thread receive . mailinglists
Hi Alex again, in my opinion it's a nic problem and not a network settings problem, because i also have tried to obtain the network configuration via dhcp (like in the rescue system) with the same result - fxp0: device timeout Best regards, Sven Hi, for comparison I have a similar PC at the

Re: CVSync servers not syncing?

2006-01-20 Thread Alexander Farber
Maybe because they are tagging it 3.9?

Re: CVSync servers not syncing?

2006-01-20 Thread Jason Crawford
On 1/20/06, Alexander Farber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Maybe because they are tagging it 3.9? Unless they decided to suddenly change how they release OpenBSD, they most certainly are not. 3.9 has JUST moved to beta yesterday (or 2 days ago, I forget) and trust me, you don't want to tag early

beginner question about faq 10.2

2006-01-20 Thread Jose Fragoso
Hi, FAQ 10.2 explains how to duplicate a filesystem. I would like to put that one-liner in a shell script to be run periodically through crontab. I mean, I would like: cd /SRC; dump 0f - . | (cd /DST; restore -rf - ) in a shell script. Whenever this script is run, I see an error message

Re: beginner question about faq 10.2

2006-01-20 Thread Alexandre Ratchov
On Fri, Jan 20, 2006 at 10:40:03AM -0500, Jose Fragoso wrote: Hi, FAQ 10.2 explains how to duplicate a filesystem. I would like to put that one-liner in a shell script to be run periodically through crontab. I mean, I would like: cd /SRC; dump 0f - . | (cd /DST; restore -rf - ) in a

Re: windows - pf - inet - pf - ftpd [not working]

2006-01-20 Thread Price, Joe
FYI, I am in passive mode. From: Price, Joe Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2006 5:36 PM To: 'misc@openbsd.org' Subject: windows - pf - inet - pf - ftpd [not working] I have a problem that when a Windows client tries to connect to this ftp site, windows

Re: IBM admits that Puffy is the best defense!

2006-01-20 Thread Roger Neth Jr
On 1/20/06, Shane J Pearson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Howdy, http://www-8.ibm.com/e-business/au/operations/businesses.shtml? ca=auhomepageme=odbmet=051209defence ; ) Shane Hello, I think that ad is a negative connotation on puffy. rogern John 3:16

Re: beginner question about faq 10.2

2006-01-20 Thread Roy Morris
Hi, FAQ 10.2 explains how to duplicate a filesystem. I would like to put that one-liner in a shell script to be run periodically through crontab. I mean, I would like: cd /SRC; dump 0f - . | (cd /DST; restore -rf - ) in a shell script. Whenever this script is run, I see an error

Partition sizing

2006-01-20 Thread M...
Hello. I'm playing with OpenBSD 3.8 and would like some comments/advice on partitioning. I have a 500MHz test machine, 256MB RAM, 4GB H/D, 100/1Gb intel ethernet card. Most of the examples show separate partitions for / /tmp /var /usr /home I want to run a mailsever (20 users),

Re: Is it possible to run OpenBSD on ASRock 775TWINS-HDTV S775?

2006-01-20 Thread Travers Buda
On Friday 20 January 2006 08:02, Stuart Henderson wrote: I'll defer to anyone that has one..! 8237_R_ isn't listed, though 8237 is. I don't know whether the difference is enough to stop it from working...VIA usually get recommended when the topic of amd64 boards comes up (you'll find a few

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-20 Thread Nick Holland
On Fri, Jan 20, 2006 at 10:29:51AM -0800, M... wrote: Hello. I'm playing with OpenBSD 3.8 and would like some comments/advice on partitioning. I have a 500MHz test machine, 256MB RAM, 4GB H/D, 100/1Gb intel ethernet card. Most of the examples show separate partitions for / /tmp /var

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-20 Thread David Higgs
See FAQ 4.6. http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq4.html#SpaceNeeded You forgot the swap partition. Also, your / is probably way overkill. I haven't run a production mail/list/ftp server, so I can't speak for the remaining estimates. --david On 1/20/06, M... [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello. I'm

Re: OpenBSD for Sun Cobalt Qube3

2006-01-20 Thread Bob Bostwick \(Lists\)
I've done several RAQ2 installs, and have them in production as well. I have a RAQ3 but could not get it to run anything but linux. I have rebuilt it several times, but only succeeded with RH. I had to remove the HD for this install, and I assume you could get OBSD installed in the same way. I

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-20 Thread Eric Johnson
On Fri, 20 Jan 2006 22:08:47 +0100 Matthias Kilian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What about /var/spool/mail or, for example, /var/spool/uucp? Yes, I may be oldfashioned, but IMHO the first filesystem that fills up is always /var. For my mail server, I created a /var/mail partition of 10 GB. It is

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-20 Thread M...
--- Nick Holland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Suggestion 2: Quit trying to allocate all your disk space. Leave some empty space at the end that you can move into if you need to. Make var and home 500M ea., leave a gig or so free, put /var at the end of allocated space, if you find out you

isakmpd ocsp lookups for revoked x509 certs ?

2006-01-20 Thread Thomas Hannan
Hi all, Looking at seeing if there's any decent way of getting isakmpd to perform OCSP lookups to verify that a potential IPSec client's certificate is currently not revoked before allowing them to authenticate. I looked through the archives, and there was one link to someone's procedural

MRTG/RRD font size

2006-01-20 Thread Paul Connally
Weird thing I can't seem to figure out... Is there a reason that the font sizes (and graphs themselves) on the graphs created via MRTG/RRD would be small and ugly due to using the pre-compiled package vs a compiled from source implementation of the RRDtool package? On a number of boxes (OpenBSD

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-20 Thread Han Boetes
Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/wd0a 118M 56.8M 55.5M51%/ /dev/wd0d 98.3M8.0K 93.4M 0%/tmp /dev/wd0e 490M 91.4M374M20%/var /dev/wd0f 49.4M1.5M 45.4M 3%/var/qmail /dev/wd0g 3.8G1.5G

Re: 3.8 panic on boot (rd0)

2006-01-20 Thread Charles Sprickman
Leaving the history intact, following up below. An offlist reply suggested trying a more recent snapshot of -current. It also paniced in the same place. On Sat, 7 Jan 2006, Kenneth R Westerback wrote: On Sat, Jan 07, 2006 at 03:23:15PM -0500, Charles Sprickman wrote: Hello all, I have an

Hotmail/MSN spamd spamtraps

2006-01-20 Thread Darrin Chandler
Anyone out there using spamd seeing a *lot* of spam from valid hotmail/msn mail servers? Most of their outgoing servers are in my spamtrap blacklist from spamming some choice spamtrap addresses (5 year old, unpublished addresses that got ripped from address books, etc). Spamd logs show it's

Re: Hotmail/MSN spamd spamtraps

2006-01-20 Thread L. V. Lammert
On Fri, 20 Jan 2006, Darrin Chandler wrote: Anyone out there using spamd seeing a *lot* of spam from valid hotmail/msn mail servers? Most of their outgoing servers are in my spamtrap blacklist from spamming some choice spamtrap addresses (5 year old, unpublished addresses that got ripped from

Re: Hotmail/MSN spamd spamtraps

2006-01-20 Thread Eric Johnson
On Fri, 20 Jan 2006 17:51:53 -0700 Darrin Chandler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anyone out there using spamd seeing a *lot* of spam from valid hotmail/msn mail servers? Most of their outgoing servers are in my spamtrap blacklist from spamming some choice spamtrap addresses (5 year old,

LCD

2006-01-20 Thread Ricardo Lucas
Hello all, I know that is not a question for thist forum but, anyone here knows a serial controller or wathever to use with an old EPSON EG9007D-NS12 LCD Display? This will be very helpful for me!!! Thank's a lot Best regards -- Abragos Ricardo Lucas We have to stop been egoist and think more on

Re: portmap daemon

2006-01-20 Thread Gustavo Rios
Thanks for your feedbadk! I have some daemons that only comunicate by TCP. I would like to be able to make indirect call to the local portmap daemon for calling my tools. Reading the RFC 1831 says (in the context of indirect calls): the portmap comunicate with the remote program using UDP.

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-20 Thread Nick Holland
M... wrote: ... I know swap used to be 2x the memory, but does that still hold with 256MB RAM installed ? as opposed to years ago with 32MB or 64MB ? That advice is as bogus now as it was then. The answer is, use what YOU need. Most of the time, if your system starts swapping, you are

Re: connection to 3.8 box times out

2006-01-20 Thread Igor Vilensky
I don't believe BIOS is at fault. I could not find anything vaguely related in BIOS settings, plus, I booted machine with Knoppix boot cd and have been able to ping it for hours on end. Rather strange. On 1/20/06, Joachim Schipper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jan 19, 2006 at 05:41:11PM