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Services / Re: Anyone using mobile IPsec?
« on: September 02, 2015, 07:44:18 PM »
yes it is broken :(

FYI, mobile IPSEC requires aggressive mode, main mode will require ip addresses as the identifier which isn't workable for mobile IPSEC

l2tp currently breaks ipsec that is in aggressive mode, ONLY when l2tp is enabled, so with it disabled aggressive mode in mobile IPSEC should work

the spd display page has a bug

the work for l2tp patched racoon/setkey/libipsec and the kernel, so mostly like the problem is in one of those patches, which will take a good bit of digging.

Services / Re: Anyone using mobile IPsec?
« on: September 01, 2015, 11:09:29 AM »
what are the reports ?

Feature Requests / Re: VMware Tools Installation
« on: August 28, 2015, 12:18:57 AM »
I have added the vmx driver into the 1.10 snapshots, (and the hyper-v and kvm drivers), so you can try generic-pc-1.10.2b51.iso and see if the vmx driver does anything for you

lee, you might be able to backport the vmx driver from freebsd 10, but I'm not going to try, I'm going forward with 1.10 as my main effort now (freebsd 10.2 based). Once I get the ipfilter issues resolved I don't think there is much point maintaining 8.x and 10.x versions.

Feature Requests / Re: VMware Tools Installation
« on: August 27, 2015, 11:18:37 PM »
vmware tools requires perl to install, we don't have perl in t1n1wall ... , also there is probably license issues with redistributing it

what features from vmware tools are you interested in ?  I'm guessing heartbeat, vmx nic and maybe memory driver ?

freebsd 10 has a vmx driver I can build into the kernel, I'm not sure the memory driver will really do anything interesting for t1n1wall

Services / Re: PC Engines APU1D4 and SNMP
« on: August 14, 2015, 02:17:02 AM »
you can try build 43, has net-snmp 5.7 , should give you those counters, and also fix the memory reporting issue.  cpu reporting looks fine, as does sysuptime and hrsysuptime , these are the ones that we had issues with previously....

also should support ipv6 now, but I haven't tested this yet.

Services / Re: PC Engines APU1D4 and SNMP
« on: August 14, 2015, 12:35:59 AM »
the snmp package contains an agent as well as utilities.  the stuff you are looking at is reference to the utilities (snmpbulkwalk etc), not the agent.

The agent uses interfaces.c to answer queries about interfaces statistics, and it doesn't support the HC counters.

64 bit counters for Freebsd was first put into net-snmp 5.4 looking at the changelog, so we would have to look at that version as a minimum

Services / Re: PC Engines APU1D4 and SNMP
« on: August 05, 2015, 12:54:38 PM »
I'll take a look at the snmp agent, it is an old agent and maybe doesn't support 64bit counters at all (or maybe just not compiled in).  The snmp agent is quite old and there are issues with cpu and memory reporting, but the updated agent is considerably larger , which is why it hadn't been updated, but maybe it's now a big enough problem to take that step....

Installation / Re: iso image file to bootable usb stick
« on: August 05, 2015, 12:48:08 PM »
Hi, was away on a long vacation ...

I don't see a reason not to create an img file that contains an installer , like the iso file does, so we would have a serial and non-serial img as normal, and a serial an non-serial img that has an installer.  I need to think about it a bit more, and consider how to make sure that someone doesn't use the installer img for an upgrade through the UI etc.

Installation / Re: Anyone Running on an APU?
« on: August 05, 2015, 12:44:13 PM »
Thanks for filing the Bug, I'll take a look


Installation / Re: iso image file to bootable usb stick
« on: July 15, 2015, 10:33:30 AM »
what command are you using, also , normally you use DD for an IMG file, not an ISO

Hi, what's the use case for this feature (why would you want to enable/disable you NIC via console).  I'm wondering if you a bug or not.

Feature Requests / Re: BlinkLED
« on: April 13, 2015, 08:07:36 PM »
The package simply uses /dev/led to set lights on/off , if other systems have led support in freebsd then in theory they should work too ...

APU boards aren't supported in freebsd 8.4 for LED, but are in 10.x , so it should be possible to support them also.

There is some code specific to alix and to wrap already for using the reset button (this needs to include APU boards now also), and showing systems temperature and fan speed only works on some system boards too, so I don't have an objection to adding something like this.  Incidentally , using the reset button on wrap/alix causes the leds to flash 5 times to indicate it is resetting.

However i'm not sure if using it as an alternative to NIC activity lights is the right thing to do , it might be more useful to indicate forwarded packets on one LED, and CPU utilisation on another etc

General Questions / Re: what changes should we expect...
« on: April 05, 2015, 01:23:37 PM »
Right now I hope to get 1.8.2 release out in the next 2 weeks

Then a 1.10 and add ippool to it

Feature Requests / Re: Access Restriction (MAC ACL)
« on: April 05, 2015, 01:20:47 PM »
What is your actual use case?

Feature Requests / Re: BlinkLED
« on: April 05, 2015, 01:13:53 PM »
I'll have a look.  What status do you want the Leds to represent? 

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