Re: sendmail SMTP auth

2007-08-09 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Aug 9, 2007, at 9:32 AM, Paolo Supino wrote: I want to add SMTP auth to sendmail. Will it be easier for me to try and add the support to the source shipped by OpenBSD or to the source that I will download from sendmail.org? Other suggestions on setting up a mail server with SMTP auth are

Re: obsd with soekris as On board computer

2007-04-02 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 2, 2007, at 2:37 AM, Raul Aldaz wrote: Does any body know of any experience mounting this in a vehicle? I would like to use it to provide wireless internet access with something like a Merlin or Novatel pcmcia card. I have not physically mounted one in a vehicle but I did do this

Re: obsd with soekris as On board computer

2007-04-03 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 2, 2007, at 4:30 PM, C. Bensend wrote: I just installed a plain ole install on my 4501, no custom kernel needed. I think the 2GB flash card cost me $50, and is more than enough space for my firewall. I was under the impression that because the timer frequency is different on the

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-13 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
Postfix and Dovecot seem to make a great pair. I have used that setup and had no problems with it. SMTP AUTH works very nicely and is easy to setup because Dovecot provides an interface for checking users against and Postfix can use that same interface for SMTP AUTH. I should make an

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 13, 2007, at 8:49 PM, Sam Fourman Jr. wrote: Does your Mail setup use a PostgreSQL backend? No. I just used plain text files. This was a small test install to evaluate for my main mail server install. I haven't used any database back-end at this point. I am wanting to know

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 13, 2007, at 8:46 PM, Vijay Sankar wrote: OpenBSD's sendmail, dovecot, and hastymail is a great solution, in my opinion, for large or small networks. It allows you to support a variety of clients very easily and with excellent security. Like Bryan Vyhmeister mentioned, postfix also

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 2:03 AM, Jacob Yocom-Piatt wrote: Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: Is there any reasonably easy way to get SMTP AUTH functioning with sendmail and dovecot? i asked about this a few weeks back and i think the answer is no. this means you have to maintain 2 pw DBs, one for dovecot

Re: Binary kernel and base update

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I just skimmed this whole thread and I am wondering about a couple of things. It appears that all of you are talking about basically following the instructions for release(8) and just providing the generated files for people. Is that correct? If the above is true, I can also assist with

Re: Binary kernel and base update

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 3:05 AM, Marc Balmer wrote: Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: I just skimmed this whole thread and I am wondering about a couple of things. It appears that all of you are talking about basically following the instructions for release(8) and just providing the generated files

Re: Binary kernel and base update

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 3:09 AM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2007/04/15 02:37, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: The original poster seemed to be asking more about an incremental update system. Maybe that's the wrong term but something along the lines of the name-your-favorite-linux-distribution setup

OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I could have posted this on the alpha list but I thought I might get a better answer here since that list has very little traffic. OpenBSD/ cats is no longer around and is OpenBSD/alpha on its way out as well? I am not intending to cause any rumors or anything but I do have the opportunity

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 2:53 AM, Martin Hedenfalk wrote: On 4/15/07, Bryan Vyhmeister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there any reasonably easy way to get SMTP AUTH functioning with sendmail and dovecot? I'm using sendmail, dovecot and a PostgreSQL database with passwords. I got SMTP AUTH working

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 1:09 PM, Adam wrote: Bryan Vyhmeister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there any reasonably easy way to get SMTP AUTH functioning with sendmail and dovecot? Yes, just put WANT_SMTPAUTH=yes in your /etc/mk.conf, install the cyrus-sasl package and recompile sendmail. Then see

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 3:03 AM, Joachim Schipper wrote: On Sun, Apr 15, 2007 at 02:14:56AM -0700, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: That was the primary reason for using postfix with dovecot. Years back, I tried to get both sendmail and postfix working with SMTP AUTH and Cyrus as I recall. It was a mess

Re: OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 12:27 PM, Joachim Schipper wrote: On Sun, Apr 15, 2007 at 11:40:48AM -0700, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: I could have posted this on the alpha list but I thought I might get a better answer here since that list has very little traffic. OpenBSD/ cats is no longer around

Re: OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 3:08 PM, Siegbert Marschall wrote: Hi, On the other hand, there seems to be a 'the alpha bug' around. I don't think it's solved yet, and it's been around for a long time. Apparently, it causes random crashes. only on some machines. Any idea if it surfaces on dual

Re: OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 2:50 PM, Joachim Schipper wrote: On Sun, Apr 15, 2007 at 02:30:02PM -0700, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: That is a good sign. Another reason to keep it around is that alpha machines were commercially produced which the cats machines were just evaluation boards. Big difference. I

Re: OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 3:48 PM, Henning Brauer wrote: all alphas, but it seems to happen more often on miatas than on cs20s. my cs20 is pretty stable. the cs20 is probably the nicest alpha we support. The CS20 does seem to be a pretty nice machine. I noticed that there is one obvious CS20 in

Re: OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 3:17 AM, Henning Brauer wrote: * Bryan Vyhmeister [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2007-04-16 07:44]: The CS20 does seem to be a pretty nice machine. I noticed that there is one obvious CS20 in the newrack.jpg picture. Is power consumption pretty high on these? haven't measured

Re: sk or em

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 1:58 AM, Ronnie Garcia wrote: Clint Pachl a icrit : Ronnie Garcia wrote: Do you expect doing more than 100mbits with this hadware (with PF anabled) ? I'm maxing a P4 2.4Ghz at 40mbits, with a dual em, and a ~300 lines pf.conf What is your packets/sec when your pushing

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 15, 2007, at 3:00 PM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2007/04/15 14:06, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: My staff needs to be able to add accounts easily and unfortunately, the command line is not that easy for them. BSD auth, ldap, sql, text files - take your pick... There's also dovecot-sieve

Re: Binary kernel and base update

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 3:51 AM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2007/04/15 03:41, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: (As an aside, how often do you update your -current systems varies; main desktop/laptop and any boxes I use when I'm working on anything to do with ports, fairly often. other machines

Re: sk or em

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 12:43 PM, Jason Dixon wrote: Of course. You could do a 3-homed firewall using a single physical interface with VLANs. Not that you *should*, but you *could*. Didn't you post about a router on a stick not too long ago. That's immediately what I thought of when I

Re: sk or em

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 7:14 PM, Jason Dixon wrote: On Apr 16, 2007, at 9:49 PM, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: Didn't you post about a router on a stick not too long ago. That's immediately what I thought of when I posted about this. http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-miscm=117482540111222w=2 I did a search

Re: sk or em

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 1:13 PM, Ronnie Garcia wrote: Kian Mohageri a icrit : On 4/16/07, Ronnie Garcia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It depends on the rate of the states changes. Here, we have ~30mbits on pfsync, for ~40mbits of traffic (!) On our college campus with 50Mbps, we see ~8Mbps pfsync

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 5:05 PM, Kian Mohageri wrote: Throwing in another vote for Dovecot for IMAP. I'm stuck with Qmail at the moment (works fine), but Postfix is nice. As for webmail, I haven't heard Roundcube mentioned yet. We use it, and it's at least pretty enough. Requires a database,

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 7:34 PM, Adam wrote: Sam Fourman Jr. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: would using postgreSQL for auth with postfix / Dovecot be slow even if you used top of the line hardware say a dual core CPU and 4GB memory w/ RAID 0?I am thinking very strongly about moving our Exchange

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 10:54 PM, Bray Mailloux wrote: I have one static ip address which is assigned to one of my ethernet cards, specifically rl0. Ip fowarding is turned on and dhcp is active and listening on another ethernet card, specifically rl1. Route and routed man pages have offered

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 16, 2007, at 11:54 PM, Timo Schoeler wrote: I can just vote for postfix/cyrus, or even better (from a licensing PoV), sendmail/cyrus. Speaking of Squirrelmail: Did you enable server-side sorting? 4. General Options - 10. Allow server thread sort: true 11. Allow server-side

Re: OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 17, 2007, at 8:44 AM, Artur Grabowski wrote: Bryan Vyhmeister [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: 1. There is a potential fix for the alpha bug coming up Very good! I'm glad to hear that. Hm. I think I've heard that one before.. Hell, I've even said it many times before.. This doesn't

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 17, 2007, at 8:30 AM, Bray Mailloux wrote: Shouldn't the internet connection be passed around to other hosts on the network without the use of nat and pf? Ip forwarding is on, isn't that enough? I'm just trying to get the internet connection out to other computers, filtering comes

Re: OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 17, 2007, at 10:19 AM, Henning Brauer wrote: * Bryan Vyhmeister [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2007-04-17 18:29]: This doesn't sound so promising. I guess the basic idea is that I need to hope that any CS20 machines I get are not affected by the bug. they are, every alpha is. they seem

Re: openbsd on a geode

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 17, 2007, at 11:26 AM, christian johansson wrote: I'm looking for a very small, cheap and low-power machine to use as a (residential) firewall with openbsd on it. I've been looking at some geode cards, like this one: http://www.commell-sys.com/Product/SBC/LE-342.htm (3.5 form factor)

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 17, 2007, at 7:20 PM, Bray Mailloux wrote: OK, I've tried your nat rule and am using a completely open pass rule to allow in all traffic but cannot ping the internet. Any other ideas? What are some trouble shooting techniques I could try? Do you have 'pass out' in your pf.conf?

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 17, 2007, at 7:20 PM, Bray Mailloux wrote: OK, I've tried your nat rule and am using a completely open pass rule to allow in all traffic but cannot ping the internet. Any other ideas? What are some trouble shooting techniques I could try? Actually, the rule should be 'pass out keep

Re: Mail Server (seeking recommendations)

2007-04-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 17, 2007, at 2:35 PM, Timo Schoeler wrote: On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 00:06:57 -0700 Bryan Vyhmeister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for that tip. Unfortunately, it was with a server that did not support server-side sorting. The server was EIMS (http:// www.eudora.co.nz), a mail server

Re: OpenBSD/alpha Status

2007-04-18 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 18, 2007, at 12:53 AM, Henning Brauer wrote: * Bryan Vyhmeister [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2007-04-17 19:55]: Do you use any Alpha machines in production? not any more, and i would not quite recommend doing so, to be honest Did you stop using them for performance and age reasons or more

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-18 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 18, 2007, at 10:01 AM, BradenM - Sonoma Computer wrote: Yes, ip fowarding is enabled in the sysctl.conf file. I did have an alias on rl0 but removed it to try and simplify my nat process. I've heard the term binat thrown around, could that possibly aid my project? No, binat is not

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-18 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 18, 2007, at 12:59 PM, BradenM - Sonoma Computer wrote: I just read an article on dhcp-dns which updates the tinydns data file each time a new computer comes online using dynamic host control. I do plan on having my own in house DNS server but it currently is not implemented. Could

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-19 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 18, 2007, at 3:11 PM, BradenM - Sonoma Computer wrote: Do you mean the gateway address supplied by my ISP? Yes. Bryan

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-19 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 18, 2007, at 3:57 PM, Bray Mailloux wrote: And the default route in my table shows 64.142.102.1 which is also the gateway address supplied by my isp. OK. That sounds correct. Can you post your dhcpd.conf again? Bryan

Re: Static Ip's: Routing and Fowarding

2007-04-19 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Apr 18, 2007, at 5:31 PM, Bray Mailloux wrote: shared-network LOCAL-NET{ option domain-name theamericanbray.com; option domain-name-servers 208.204.224.11, 208.204.224.33 subnet 192.168.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 { options routers 192.168.0.1; range 192.168.0.14

Thecus N2100 and RAID 1

2007-05-06 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I was just wondering about whether the Thecus N2100 running OpenBSD/ armish can operate in RAID 1 mode. Maybe this is a stupid question but I couldn't find anything about it and I am interested to know. Obviously I would not be running the firmware from Thecus and I am guessing that this

Re: Thecus N2100 and RAID 1

2007-05-07 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 7, 2007, at 11:56 AM, Matthieu Herrb wrote: I'm using a thecus 2100 with raidframe to do raid 1. A bit slow, but with 512MB RAM it's acceptable. Would ccd(4) be any faster? Also, what sort of RAM does it take? Thanks for your response. Bryan

Re: Thecus N2100 and RAID 1

2007-05-07 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 7, 2007, at 4:11 PM, Joachim Schipper wrote: On Mon, May 07, 2007 at 02:02:19PM -0700, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: On May 7, 2007, at 11:56 AM, Matthieu Herrb wrote: I'm using a thecus 2100 with raidframe to do raid 1. A bit slow, but with 512MB RAM it's acceptable. Would ccd(4) be any

Re: Thecus N2100 and RAID 1

2007-05-08 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 8, 2007, at 12:36 AM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2007/05/07 20:39, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: I actually meant to ask what type of physical memory does the box take. http://onbeat.dk/thecus/index.php/N2100_Hardware Thanks. Bryan

Re: Thecus N2100 and RAID 1

2007-05-08 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 8, 2007, at 2:54 AM, Joachim Schipper wrote: On Mon, May 07, 2007 at 08:39:50PM -0700, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: So you are saying that ccd(4) has reliability problems? I actually meant to ask what type of physical memory does the box take. Thanks for your response. No no, ccd(4) works

Re: Thecus N2100 and RAID 1

2007-05-08 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 8, 2007, at 3:00 AM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2007/05/08 02:23, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: On May 8, 2007, at 12:36 AM, Stuart Henderson wrote: http://onbeat.dk/thecus/index.php/N2100_Hardware Thanks. btw, I don't know about the warning from Thecus about timing that it talks about

Re: Thecus N2100 and RAID 1

2007-05-09 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 8, 2007, at 6:44 AM, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: Raidframe is really easy to use. The man pages for raidctl(8) will give you step-by-step instructions. In a nutshell, though: 1) enable raidframe in your kernel (search for RAIDframe in GENERIC to get find the line), 2) create the

RedBoot not saving boot script on Thecus N2100

2007-05-10 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
(No response on arm@ so I am posting this to misc@) Has there been any progress on going back to an older version of RedBoot in order to be able to boot the Thecus N2100 from the boot script? Also, do some Thecus N2100's have a serial header actually on the SATA backplane instead of just

Re: Thecus N2100 and RAID 1

2007-05-10 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 8, 2007, at 6:44 AM, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: Raidframe is really easy to use. The man pages for raidctl(8) will give you step-by-step instructions. In a nutshell, though: 1) enable raidframe in your kernel (search for RAIDframe in GENERIC to get find the line), 2) create the

Re: cvsync broken?

2007-05-10 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 10, 2007, at 1:10 PM, Claus Assmann wrote: On Thu, May 10, 2007, Hannah Schroeter wrote: same problem with anoncvs1.usa.openbsd.org and anoncvs3.usa.openbsd.org I think anoncvs3.usa.openbsd.org is working now. I am running a cvsync operation as we speak and it is recreating

Unofficial 4.1-stable Builds Available

2007-05-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I recognize the issues with trust and security and all but if anyone is interested in 4.1-stable builds, I have them available for armish, i386, macppc, sparc64, and zaurus. They are available at: ftp://ftp.bsdjournal.net/pub/OpenBSD/4.1-stable/ If you do an install from the FTP site, make

Sun Netra X1 Firewall Throughput?

2007-05-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
Can anyone give any information about the Sun Netra X1 being used as a pf firewall. I am specifically looking for throughput information. I am considering using a pair for a theoretical maximum throughput of about 45 Mbps. Can the Netra X1 comfortably handle this with carp(4) and some pf

Re: Sun Netra X1 Firewall Throughput?

2007-05-18 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 18, 2007, at 4:56 AM, Edd Barrett wrote: On 18/05/07, Bryan Vyhmeister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can anyone give any information about the Sun Netra X1 being used as a pf firewall. I am specifically looking for throughput information. I am considering using a pair for a theoretical

Re: Sun Netra X1 Firewall Throughput?

2007-05-19 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 18, 2007, at 10:22 AM, Edd Barrett wrote: I must say that the LOM (Lights Out Management) on this machine is absolutely superb. The bad thing with it is that it has no cd drive, so you have to open it up and balance one on top for the initial install. From there on i reccommend bsd.rd

Re: Sun Netra X1 Firewall Throughput?

2007-05-19 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 18, 2007, at 10:51 AM, Paul D. Ouderkirk wrote: I'm actually running an X1 off compact flash on a CF-IDE adapter. Out of curiosity, what is this machine tasked with? I would guess it is working as a firewall. I do the same with my i386 firewall machines and some DNS caches and

Re: Sun Netra X1 Firewall Throughput?

2007-05-19 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 18, 2007, at 2:15 PM, Daniel Ouellet wrote: The X1 is great for firewall. Your limits to consider is not the transfer in Mbps, but always the PPS. That's where you will hit the wall if to high and that's not only with X1, but any servers. PPS is really the biggest problem here,

Re: Sun Netra X1 Firewall Throughput?

2007-05-19 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 18, 2007, at 2:09 PM, Daniel Ouellet wrote: Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: One thing I was wondering about the X1. Does it support hard drives larger than 137 GB or whatever that old limit was? I don't know if Sun systems are affected by those same kind of issues as older PC stuff but I

FFS2

2007-05-20 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
Having searched through the archives and found a number of cvs entries related to FFS2, I was wondering if support is to the point where it can actually be tested or if it is still very much in progress. I noticed that options FFS2 has been added to options(4) which makes me think maybe it

arc(4) and sparc64

2007-05-20 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I discovered that arc(4) is support on OpenBSD/sparc64. Having never used one of these cards, I am assuming that configuration is done in basically the same way as most BIOS configured RAID cards. Is it possible to configure a RAID 5 array on an i386 or amd64 box and then move it to a

Re: hackathon

2007-05-20 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 20, 2007, at 5:02 PM, Darrin Chandler wrote: On Sat, May 19, 2007 at 01:15:58PM -0600, Jack Woehr wrote: Theo de Raadt wrote: A HP XFP SR-optic 10GE module for a HP 3500yl switch which already has the 10Gb card installed. If anyone can help us with getting this to us, we'd love it.

Re: Sun Netra X1 Firewall Throughput?

2007-05-22 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On May 22, 2007, at 7:09 AM, T. Ribbrock wrote: On Sat, May 19, 2007 at 10:16:33PM -0700, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: That's too bad. I was hoping I could put larger drives in them. Oh well, 120 GB it is. Maybe you can use the same approach I used with my U10 - I've put in a Promise PCI IDE

Re: Thecus N2100 question

2007-06-04 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Jun 4, 2007, at 5:42 PM, Diana Eichert wrote: I'm interested in using the Thecus N2100 instead of the Plextor systems because of some sh platform limitations. I'm looking for feedback from people who use the N2100. Specifially, I want to verify you can edit the boot script to allow

Re: Thecus N2100 question

2007-06-05 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Jun 4, 2007, at 10:51 PM, Stuart Henderson wrote: I wonder if you could just hack a different script into their redboot.bin, it's easy enough to unpack: http://www.cyrius.com/debian/iop/n2100/deinstall.html I am not sure how you would do that but it sounds like a great idea. I don't

Re: Quad ethernet card

2007-06-05 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Jun 5, 2007, at 11:10 AM, Fredrik Carlsson wrote: A mix of all that ;) It's in the startup phase so I can't provide that much info yet, but there will be a lot of machines and we will be routing much traffic internally and to Internet. The budget is quite important, so if there is a

Re: need a machine for an itanium port

2007-06-08 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Jun 8, 2007, at 1:22 PM, Diana Eichert wrote: Dunno what the target amount is but if we can get 20 people contributing US/E 100 then there should be enough for an Itanium. So where are the other 18 or so folks? One more just donated $100. Bryan

Re: WWW to go public, if pf would let me

2007-06-10 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Jun 9, 2007, at 9:28 PM, Darren Spruell wrote: So, not sure about the connections failing. As for your aliases, check hostname.if(5) and you'll see that IPv4 interface aliases typically have full /32 subnet masks. Is this true? All of my interfaces with aliases have the same netmask as

Re: WWW to go public, if pf would let me

2007-06-10 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Jun 9, 2007, at 9:28 PM, Darren Spruell wrote: So, not sure about the connections failing. As for your aliases, check hostname.if(5) and you'll see that IPv4 interface aliases typically have full /32 subnet masks. Sorry! I spoke too soon. I find that it works either with the /32 or the

Re: T1 pci card

2007-06-10 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Jun 10, 2007, at 4:15 PM, Lawrence Horvath wrote: I am looking for a Data T1 card to put in an OBSD firewall/router looking for suggestions on a quality card for under 1000 that OBSD supports reasonably well. The Sangoma A101 (1 port) and A102 (2 port) T1 cards work fine and support is

Re: carp on a /30?

2007-06-13 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Jun 13, 2007, at 11:57 AM, David Newman wrote: Each physical interface has two IPv4 addresses, one for a shared IP and one for the interface address. That would require a /29 or shorter to accommodate these two addresses, plus at least one address on the other side of the link. Is

Re: Soekris wierdness on boot up of current w 1G SanDisk Ultra II

2006-09-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Sep 17, 2006, at 8:51 PM, Jason Dixon wrote: On Sep 17, 2006, at 11:41 PM, Subcommander l0r3zz wrote: This is a net4801-50 with a 1G SanDisk Ultra II... The system booted but did get DMA errors on the disk any Ideas? http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=openbsd-miscm=113352824921995w=2

Re: Soekris wierdness on boot up of current w 1G SanDisk Ultra II

2006-09-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
Use the instructions at: http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq5.html#config Use those instructions and disable pciide to get the kernel to use wdc instead of pciide. Bryan On Sep 17, 2006, at 8:41 PM, Subcommander l0r3zz wrote: This is a net4801-50 with a 1G SanDisk Ultra II... The system

Re: wi0 / wicontrol issues in 3.9

2006-09-21 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I haven't been able to get firmware version 1.8.4 to work right. Lots of timeouts and other errors were present. I have had success with 1.7.4 on a Senao card with my net4511. I also know that 1.5.6 is supposed to work well although I had some issues with 1.5.6 and hostap while 1.7.4 works

Re: cpu.h and Color Classic/LC 575

2006-09-24 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Sep 22, 2006, at 4:46 AM, Joel Rees wrote: Man, I wish I had that much time on my hands, not to mention the space for old hardware, and the apparently cheap electricity. While we're at it, let's try to port obsd to the old 6809. ;- It would appear from your site that you have a spare old

Re: cpu.h and Color Classic/LC 575

2006-09-24 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
Sorry. Wrong list. Bryan

Libretto L1 xorg.conf

2006-09-28 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I am in the process of installing OpenBSD/3.9-stable on my Toshiba Libretto L1. I can only get X to use 800x600 when it should be using 1280x600. I added several different modelines which can be seen in the xorg.conf below. I am including dmesg, xorg.conf, and Xorg.0.log. Any ideas what I

Re: Libretto L1 xorg.conf

2006-09-29 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Sep 29, 2006, at 11:15 AM, Dimitry Andric wrote: Option UseBIOS boolean Thank you very much! That fixed it. I didn't realize there was a man page for the savage driver. I should have looked harder. Bryan

Re: Open source support for Intel wifi chipsets

2006-10-01 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Sun, Oct 01, 2006 at 03:17:39PM -0400, marrandy wrote: I want to know from the OpenBSD community, which products are best supported, which are the best (less cpu load, more bandwidth ie. more efficient etc.). I am really not interested in intel, adaptek and their games anymore. I am

Re: Open source support for Intel wifi chipsets

2006-10-01 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Sun, Oct 01, 2006 at 02:17:58PM -0600, Theo de Raadt wrote: A list of recommended products may help you, but would not help the user list at large. They will continue to accidentally buy the wrong hardware from the wrong vendors. It would be a tremendous burden on us to keep such a list

Re: Custom kernel for Soekris net4801-50

2006-10-04 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
The Soekris kernel configs from flashdist are the best way to go. You do not need to remove the MFS option but I would add the FFS_SOFTUPDATES option. The MFS option is used for building a file system in virtual memory. It has nothing to do with compact flash cards. Those are still supported using

Re: Custom kernel for Soekris net4801-50

2006-10-04 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Wed, Oct 04, 2006 at 11:44:30AM -0700, Richard P. Koett wrote: I thought that since I'm not using compact flash (and don't care about writing to disk) I'd have no need to build a filesystem in virtual memory?

Re: Custom kernel for Soekris net4801-50

2006-10-04 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Wed, Oct 04, 2006 at 08:00:01PM -0400, Chris Zakelj wrote: Rod.. Whitworth wrote: I have a 4801 with CF installed with 3.9 in exactly the manner I would install on a HDD. Rod, tried to email you off-list, but it seems my ISP is relaying through a Chinese server that's on your

Re: Custom kernel for Soekris net4801-50

2006-10-04 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Thu, Oct 05, 2006 at 08:40:20AM +1000, Rod.. Whitworth wrote: On Wed, 04 Oct 2006 15:45:28 -0500, David Bryan wrote: The other reason for not mounting the CF in a read/write mode is that CF has a limited number of write cycles (~10,000 gate transisitions). I have a 4801 with CF

SD/MMC Support for OpenBSD/zaurus

2006-10-04 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I noticed the recent addition of sdhc(4) and sdmmc(4) and the message that announced this new support. Is work going on toward supporting the SD slot on the Zaurus SL-C3x00? Thanks. Bryan

Re: SD/MMC Support for OpenBSD/zaurus

2006-10-04 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Wed, Oct 04, 2006 at 07:41:49PM -0600, Theo de Raadt wrote: Someone has to write this one day, basically a fairly simple driver equivelant to sdhc(4) but for the PXA270 cpu's thing. All the chip-level stuff to handle the bus easily found in the publically available PAX270 cpu document.

Re: internal modem

2006-10-04 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Thu, Oct 05, 2006 at 08:57:23AM +0400, Bruno Carnazzi wrote: Great Bluetooth support will really enjoy me ! From my point of view, it's one of the biggest lack of OpenBSD at this moment (with WPA too). Can you elaborate on this point ? Take a look at this:

AirCard 860 Lockups

2006-10-05 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I am attempting to get my Sierra Wireless AirCard 860 working properly under OpenBSD. I have been corresponding with jolan@ regarding the issue but we haven't been able to figure anything out. The details are as follows: I finally figured out the syntax of the ppp.conf file for my Cingular 3G

DHCP, CARP, and VLANs

2006-10-13 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I am having some serious difficulty with dhcp, carp, and vlans. I have two OpenBSD/i386 3.9-stable firewalls running GENERIC. I am using them to replace a failing Cisco Catalyst 3550 switch that was doing the VLAN routing. The boxes are working great as far as the VLAN routing goes but DHCP is not

Re: 421 error on ftp.openbsd.org

2006-10-13 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 04:24:05PM +0800, Uwe Dippel wrote: Trying to download the latest patches, I have been getting this error for the last 5 hours: Connected to openbsd.sunsite.ualberta.ca. 421 There are too many connected users, please try later. Can someone confirm this, please ? Or

Re: DHCP, CARP, and VLANs

2006-10-13 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 12:17:41PM +0200, ropers wrote: This may be a red herring, but are you running pf(4) on these OpenBSD firewalls? If so, are you letting DHCPDISCOVER messages through? I made such a mistake some time ago: In my case there was a Windows DHCP server on one side and its

Re: DHCP, CARP, and VLANs

2006-10-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 11:18:31AM -0700, Kian Mohageri wrote: Where is your DHCP server? Where is the DHCPOFFER being lost? Have you sniffed on interface between the firewalls and DHCP server? The client and firewalls? I will have to follow up on this after I get some other things figured

Re: DHCP, CARP, and VLANs

2006-10-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 07:21:35PM +0200, ropers wrote: clueless conjecture: what's arp -a say? on either machine? where is your DHCP server running? on one of your two OpenBSD fw's? On one of the vlans? if I don't reply again, that'll mean I'm bamboozled and/or out of ideas I'm going to

Re: cisco 831 cisco 7960 behind openbsd nat/firewall

2006-10-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Tue, Oct 17, 2006 at 03:44:04AM -0400, Daniel Ouellet wrote: That would depend if here office support NAT traversal, or if they expect the Cisco phone to use fix IP's and also if the phone is using SIP, or MGCP as the protocol of choice. MGCP is the proprietary call manager for Cisco and

Re: hostname.wi0 nwflag hidenwid oddity

2006-10-17 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Tue, Oct 17, 2006 at 08:53:27PM -0400, William Graeber wrote: inet 10.90.1.1 255.255.255.0 NONE nwflag hidenwid nwid /dev/null nwkey XxXx chan 1 mediaopt hostap it gives me the error: ifconfig: SIOCS80211FLAGS: Invalid argument I do not have a 4.0 system handy to try this on but I was

malo(4) SparkLAN WCFM-100 WPA not working

2008-09-08 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I am trying to get a SparkLAN WCFM-100 Compact Flash wireless card working with wpa on a system running -current that is about equivalent to 4.4. I tried it on both an i386 laptop and on a zaurus system and I get the same error on both when I try to enable wpa. The line from my dmesg is as

Re: malo(4) SparkLAN WCFM-100 WPA not working

2008-09-09 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Sep 8, 2008, at 8:04 PM, Jonathan Gray wrote: On Mon, Sep 08, 2008 at 04:50:37PM -0700, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote: I am trying to get a SparkLAN WCFM-100 Compact Flash wireless card working with wpa on a system running -current that is about equivalent to 4.4. I tried it on both an i386

Nokia IP130 Success?

2007-03-19 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I understand that the Nokia IP1x0 stores the MAC addresses for the fxp (4) interfaces in a strange ROM location and so you have to manually key them in after the OpenBSD install. Is this still the case and is it the case for the IP130 also? I found a document called IP130FAQ that states

softraid RAID 1 rebuild

2008-09-15 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
From reading the recent thread about software RAID in OpenBSD and the recent commit logs for softraid, I gather that everything is in place to support rebuild for RAID 1 but rebuild is not yet available. http://marc.info/?t=12182912514r=1w=2 I am considering using softraid on a system

Re: OpenBSD 3.9 - 4.3: pfctl Cannot allocate memory

2008-09-16 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
As you can read from the first lines of the upgrade guides, Upgrades are only supported from one release to the release immediately following it. Do not skip releases. It is very likely that this is the cause of your problems. http://www.openbsd.org/faq/upgrade43.html Bryan

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