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How to know if the IDE header is actually populated? From the sound of it, look like mine doesn't.
If Comcast wants to change your IPv6 prefix there is nothing you can do to stop them. It wouldn't surprise me if they change your prefix now and then just to make it hard for you to run a server. Maybe they can sell you a business class account with a static prefix assignment?
con ese metodo, DNS se pueden poner excepciones tambie?
I had an old Netgear where you could do this, but you had to manually navigate to http://RouterIP/ADMIN or similar, it was nowhere to be found in the webGUI.
Have you tried a factory reset? I haven't read the entire manual for you but perhaps the option is only available during first setup?
WDS is not the bridge you want.
Last time i tried carp with vmware we had a lot of packetloss and a the vips did not work.
When the tunnel is up, I see the parameters used and they match what I have configured in pfSense and the ASA. I'm looking for a way to see what data is sent (maybe raw data) from pfSense to see why there's a size difference in the packet that's sent for the proposal depending on how the connection is initiated. I'm starting to think I might have to do some debugging on the ASA, which I was hoping to avoid.
I am having this issue where I have upgrade the core pFsense to 2.2.1 and left the remote as 2.1.5. When I initiate connection on the 2.1.5 remote I get this error on the responder:
no IKE config found for xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx...yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy, sending NO_PROPOSAL_CHOSEN