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2.4 Development Snapshots / Re: New 502 Bad Gateway
« on: February 03, 2018, 05:16:23 am »
I also still get the Bad Gateway error once a day or so. I will attach the log the next time it occurs.

Thanks for the very good tutorial, panja. I am using a Wndr3700v2 with Lede 17.01 as operating system. I followed your tutorial but pfsense does not assign an IP-address to machines on the guest wifi. If I assign a Ip-address on the machine, it can connect to the network, but not the internet. (All machines connect via openvpn-client running on pfsense).

I bridged the wan port on the AP (Lede) to the lan-interface (to make use of it) and deleted the wan and ipv6 inteface as I don't need them.
Might that be a problem? Or maybe I configured the vlan wrong? Take a look at my setup:
(Lan1 is connected to pfsense)

@kiowadriver: Does the dir-645 run stable with openwrt for you? I tried v.15.05 on my dir 645 some time ago and the wifi was way too slow to be usable. That's why I bought a new router as AP last week (the vanilla software on the dir-645 has not been updated in two years...)

pfBlockerNG / Re: pfBlockerNG v2.0 w/DNSBL
« on: March 21, 2016, 07:38:02 am »
Can the package be updated from the pfsense gui by clicking reinstall pfblockerng (pfsense 2.2.6)? Will my settings be kept? I can't find a download file on the github page on first look, which is normal, as github seems to make a point of confusing anyone who just wants to find a simple installer ;)

I ended up implementing the shutdown sound  into my shutdown script (python). I have no clue why ("$1" = stop)  does not get called when shutting down via "shutdown -p now", nor via the "halt" command. I am giving up on as its functions via python script.

pfBlockerNG / Re: pfBlockerNG v2.0 w/DNSBL
« on: March 08, 2016, 11:22:45 am »
I have the following problems:
The list: blocks some website I frequent and I can't suppress it via alerts and clicking +.
Suppression works for blocks by other lists, though.
Also after setting upd pfblockerng windows 7 sometimes seems to think I need to logon to the network via web browser and shows the network not connected symbol in the task bar. The connections works fine, though.
What seems to be the problem here?

I found out today that the shutdown sound gets played, if I logoff from pfsense via the webgui. What commands does the webgui use for reboot and halt (shutdown)? I'd like to implement those commands into my shutdown script.

I can confirm this. If the ramdisk is enabled, I get this error message on startup (sylog):  "Unbound config not found in /var/.*".
If you implement a woraround in the future, you could call the new setting: Update unbound on startup, with the disclaimer: Only use this setting on nano installs or when utilizing a ramdisk. And everything should be fine ;)

Keep up the good work!

Deutsch / Re: Internetverbindung überwachen und Reboot im Fehlerfall
« on: March 06, 2016, 11:29:21 am »
Hall Guido,

hast du das Problem mittlerweile gelöst?

Das Script sieht auf den ersten Blick so aus, als würde es auf pfsense funktionieren, aber ich bin alles andere als ein Experte, was Scripte angeht. Der Shutdown-Befehl sollte richtig sein, ansonsten geht auch "reboot".
Kannst einfach cron als Package installieren und dort diese Zeile aus dem Script eintragen: */5 * * * * /Skripte/Check
Putty unter windows benutzen, zum router verbinden mit username admin und deinem webgui passwort
Dann musst du noch  das Verzeichnis /Skripte/Check erstellen: cd.., cd .., mkdir /Skripte/
Skript erstellen: cd Skripte, ee Check
dort den Text des obigen scripts einfügen. Speichern mit escape.
script schreibfähig machen: chmod +x Check
Wenn alles klappt, wird eine Logdatei unter /var/log/Check-Red-OK fünf Minuten nach dem Neustart entstehen.

I modified in the following way to play mp3 sounds on the integrated speaker connected to the soundcard on my board (mpeg321 is installed to play mp3s).
(My board does not have a mainboard beeper.)

It works for the startup but not for the shutdown jingle. The shutdown sound does not work with the file used for startup either.
What could be wrong with my

Also: Maybe someone has a recording of the original pfsense jingle, that would be awesome.

Packages / Re: Cron does not function correctly with Ramdisk
« on: October 24, 2014, 01:09:30 pm »
i am sorry, I thought I used the full paths in my config above. Please advice.
Could the cron package use a different version of python than the one I installed by hand? I there some sort of logfile for what happens with cron? I don't know what the exact error is, otherwise.

Packages / Re: Cron does not function correctly with Ramdisk
« on: October 21, 2014, 04:04:08 am »
Yeah. But I can't find an option to enter SHELL, PATH and HOME in the package and it does not work without these settings. Maybe I am overlooking something obvious?

Packages / Cron does not function correctly with Ramdisk
« on: October 20, 2014, 01:20:18 pm »
I am running the regular installation of pfsense 2.1.5 but used the option: Use memory file system for /tmp and /var
to prolong the life of my SSD.

I installed the cron package and added the line (from gui):
*/60 * * * * /usr/local/bin/python /usr/shutdown/
The script does execute faulty when started this way.

Now, if I disable the ramdisk and edit the crontab from shell (as root) it works:
crontab -e
*/60 * * * * /usr/local/bin/python /usr/shutdown/

Upon enabling the ramdisk again, this crontab is unfortunately forgotten by the system. (Probably  it is stored on the /var or /tmp partition.) But if I disable the ramdisk from the gui, the entry is back and can be found entering: crontab -l.

How can I make this entry persistent on the ramdisk? Any Ideas?

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