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Izaac Falken

  • Registered on: 10/30/2018
  • Last connection: 08/07/2020

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08/07/2020

04:18 PM pfSense Bug #10176: Multiple overlapping phase 2 SAs on VTI tunnels
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10:05 AM pfSense Bug #10176: Multiple overlapping phase 2 SAs on VTI tunnels
Jim Pingle wrote:
> Except that it does work, and thousands of people are using is successfully
Are they? Or are th...
07:38 AM pfSense Bug #10176: Multiple overlapping phase 2 SAs on VTI tunnels
Did this. Within 48 hours I have six overlapping phase 2s and am in the #11000's in IPsec IDs.
I'm pretty sure it's ...

08/03/2020

08:04 AM pfSense Bug #10176: Multiple overlapping phase 2 SAs on VTI tunnels
So is there a final, required set of baseline versions and recommended configuration which can do into the docs? Or ...

02/21/2020

09:29 AM pfSense Bug #10176: Multiple overlapping phase 2 SAs on VTI tunnels
Jim Pingle wrote:
> Was it 2.5.0 on both ends? If either end is 2.4.x, it still could be that side triggering the pr...

02/15/2020

09:16 AM pfSense Bug #10176: Multiple overlapping phase 2 SAs on VTI tunnels
I just watched this happen in 2.5.0-DEVELOPMENT (amd64) with a configuration straight out of:
https://docs.netgate.c...

01/17/2020

09:27 AM pfSense Packages Bug #10187: Insertion of ZERO_WIDTH_SPACE into IPv6 addresses make it impossible to use browser find functionality
Bill Meeks wrote:
> You are welcome to submit a modification to the PHP code that works better.
'k.

01/16/2020

12:52 PM pfSense Packages Bug #10187: Insertion of ZERO_WIDTH_SPACE into IPv6 addresses make it impossible to use browser find functionality
No, I am not viewing raw HTML. I'm hitting Ctrl-F in Firefox. Find-in-page breaks on breaks.
While I appreciate t...
02:53 AM pfSense Packages Bug #10187 (Needs Patch): Insertion of ZERO_WIDTH_SPACE into IPv6 addresses make it impossible to use browser find functionality
Yes, seriously. For some bizarre reason a ZERO_WIDTH_SPACE is inserted after every colon in an IPv6 address on both ...

11/05/2018

02:50 PM pfSense Bug #9081: signed long rollover in "Log file size (Bytes)" can cause self-inflicted DoS
That'll do. I mean, other than actually fixing clog. But that is a whole other ball of wax and just another reason ...

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