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Kill Bill

  • Registered on: 12/12/2014
  • Last connection: 01/20/2017

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06/21/2017

04:18 PM pfSense Packages Feature #7655: Captive portal and squid non transparent
Kindly read https://redmine.pfsense.org/issues/5594#note-11.

06/20/2017

08:07 AM pfSense Bug #7649: pkg_edit.php - The last row cannot be deleted with ntopng.xml
Works (just edited manually for a quick test).

06/17/2017

05:18 AM pfSense Packages Bug #7617: OpenBGP not restarting on new WAN IP or firewall reload
Yeah I'd say it's no longer needed since WAN IP change will trigger @filter_configure()@ on its own.
03:59 AM pfSense Packages Bug #7617: OpenBGP not restarting on new WAN IP or firewall reload
Phil Biggs wrote:
> The table is successfully reloaded on new WAN IP but it doesn't work after a firewall rule chang...

06/16/2017

02:54 AM pfSense Bug #7649: pkg_edit.php - The last row cannot be deleted with ntopng.xml
Eh, linked wrong line: https://github.com/pfsense/FreeBSD-ports/blob/devel/net/pfSense-pkg-ntopng/files/usr/local/pkg...
02:48 AM pfSense Bug #7649 (Feedback): pkg_edit.php - The last row cannot be deleted with ntopng.xml
When I click on "Delete data" button in Diagnostics - ntopng Settings, I only get "the last row cannot be deleted" po...

06/14/2017

04:48 AM pfSense Packages Bug #7524: Squid MITM/SSL-Bump broken with Chrome due to missing SAN in generated certificates
Jim Pingle wrote:
> We should be able to pull that in unless there is something I'm not seeing. Assigning to Renato ...

06/13/2017

11:40 AM pfSense Bug #7644: Slow network speed LAN -> WAN
This is a bug tracker, not a support channel. Kindly use https://forum.pfsense.org/.

06/01/2017

09:32 AM pfSense Packages Bug #7524: Squid MITM/SSL-Bump broken with Chrome due to missing SAN in generated certificates
Patricio Stegmann wrote:
> I can confirm the bug in pfSense 2.3.4 and the fix on squid issue tracker at http://bugs....

05/18/2017

03:04 PM pfSense Bug #7557: Unbound (DNS Resolver) Domain Overrides need "." at the end to work
No they don't. (Plus, .local is not valid use case in the first place, reserved for mDNS.)

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