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General Questions / Logging Internet Dropouts
« on: February 09, 2018, 05:13:26 pm »
Hey Guys,
Backstory: I have a quick question for you. I woke up at 6:45am this morning to no internet. I have Verizon FiOS with their router and ONT in my basement. Of course the first thing I tried was unplugging it and plugging it back in. That didn't work so I called. They ran me though about 45 mins of troubleshooting and still couldn't get it to work. So they said they would send out a tech between 1-3...Around noon the internet randomly started working on and off. 2pm comes and I get a text that they fixed the outage and were taking the liberty of canceling my appointment without asking me if I'd still like a tech and to pretty much kick rocks....Internet was still dropping around 3:30-4...They said their stuff is showing it's good when they look at it but they are unable to ping my Verizon router intermittently...
TLDR: I want to see how I can bring up a log of my pfsense firewall that shows the drops in connection so I can show the tech when he gets here tomorrow. I work in telecom and know the whole "It was working when I got there, I'm outta here" BS. I keep getting notifications when I login to pfsense that say:
"There were error(s) loading the rules: /tmp/rules.debug:136: syntax error - The line in question reads [136]: pass out route-to ( re3 ) from to !/ tracker 1000002761 keep state allow-opts label "let out anything from firewall host itself""
Is there anyway to filter these dropoffs out in the logs so that I can show them?

Thanks, ToXZiN 1

Hardware / First build, need advice
« on: November 10, 2016, 09:00:36 pm »
Hey guys, new to the forum. I'm interested in do my first build and am hoping someone here can give me a hand. I work for an ISP and get free internet connections. My free connection is 240/15 and I pay for a fiber connection of 150/150. I'm looking to build a load balancing rig as future proof as possible for my budget(roughly $500-$700). We are launching 2gig up and down here soon so it's going to need a lot of processing power from what I've read( Octa-core 3.5 GHz bare minimum). From what I've read RAM isnt that important and I should be able to skate by with only 4-8 gigs. Where I really need help is picking out the mobo, NICs and case. I have a 19" server rack and would like to be able to put it in a 2U case if I can. I'm looking to do 4 WAN/1 LAN. So I guess what I'm asking is can anyone make some suggestions on what I should get? If anyone has any questions feel free to ask away!

Thanks, ToXZiN 1

Hardware / pfsense first build suggestions
« on: July 05, 2015, 10:36:12 pm »
Hey guys,

Looking for advice on my first build. I have 4 WAN connections I am trying to combine via load balancing so I need something that could handle a combined throughput of 600Mbps. I already have 2 dual gig pci-e nic cards I purchased about a year ago. I  like the idea of a smaller machine like a mini ITX but am open to suggestions. What would you guys recommend as far as mobo, processor, power supply...ect. I've never done a build of my own before but have been messing with computers and repairing RROD 360s for years so I'm confident I'm up for the challenge. Let me know if you need pics of the nic cards or any other information from me.

Thanks in advance, ToXZiN 1.

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